On November 19th and 20th, a public hearing of candidates of “Iruri” for the next student council was held in the Natural Science Campus and Humanites and Social Sciences Campus on each day. The representative candidate and the deputy candidate of Iruri of Natural Science Campus are Jeon Woo-joong (Civil, Architectural Engineering and Landscape Architecture, 17) and Yun Han-na (Electronic and Electrical Engineering, 17). The representative candidate and the deputy candidate of Iruri of the Humanities and Social Sciences campus are Park Dong-wook (Korean Literature in Classical Chinese, 17) and Yoon Dong-ju (Consumer and Family Sciences, 17). The public hearing went along with the order of the keynote address and question & answers by the candidates and policy director of Iruri. The policy questioning period was conducted by SKKU’s four student media outlets, SKKU Weekly, the Sungkyun Times (SKT), SKKU Broadcasting Service (SUBS), and SKKUZine, and a policy questioning of Kingos. It consisted of various themes such as tuition fees, education, student welfare, communication, facilities, students’ rights and jobs. The common key pledges on both campuses are to maintain the nominal tuition fees, expand seasonal major sessions, and on-line credits during military service. In addition, Iruri promised to participate in the Task Force Team to effectively respond to the “Challenge Semester”, which will be conducted from 2021, and pledged to communicate with Kingos and SKKU steadily.
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