(English version only)
February is the election month within the student community. Campus-wide polls are being held for the general election of many student unions and all student senators. On the generally tranquil school-days, a range of electioneering activities has come into view. Policy platforms, ballot boxes and polling stations are everywhere. In rare unison, newspapers from both sides of the political aisle have expressed astonishment towards the keen competition between two cabinets in our University for running the central student union. They define it very unusual amidst the low ebb of student movement nowadays. In many other tertiary institutions, there are no candidates for the office of student unions this year.