More USC ’08 Committee Deliberations

April 13, 2008. Two days weren’t enough to allow the University Student Council (USC) to deliberate, establish and elect the chairpersons of its various committees, so we held a special assembly last Thursday at the USC Office in Vinzons Hall to discuss such unresolved matters.

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We started promptly at six in the afternoon, but as expected, deliberations ensued for more than six hours. The assembly adjourned by almost midnight with only three committee establishments and leaderships resolved. That gives us a rate of a committee resolution every two hours.

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After much deliberations, the following leaderships were decided: Councilor Fudge Tajar was elected as the head of the People’s Struggle Committee; Councilor Mico Maestro was elected chairperson of the Education & Research Committee; and Councilor Mikhail Bueno was elected chairperson of the Dormitories, Organizations, Fraternities & Sororities Committee.

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Believe it or not, there’s more than a handful of committees left to be deliberated, and their chairpersons elected.

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