Convocation is the end goal of every university student. It is the time for tears and joy and for throwing your hat in the air like you just don’t care but you really shouldn’t, because you might get them dirty and I think that you need to return them later. But at the same time, it also marks the start of a new life for the graduates. It’s when we really need to start adulting and doing adult things like taxes and paying mortgages. All part of the charms of adulthood! Here are a few short interviews conducted with a few of our outstanding graduates.
For some of us, the most interesting UNITEN-related thing we can remember about the past few weeks is the drama that unfolded on the MPP UNITEN Facebook page, specifically the allegations made by certain parties towards another, and the resignation of 5 Student Representative Council (SCR) members. For the uninitiated, here’s the tea:
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SUBANG, 3rd August 2018 – As the participants sat in the conference room at the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA), they were regaled with tales of bravery and valour. Fighting pirates trafficking drugs on the high seas, saving lives, extinguishing rapacious forest fires and apprehending small armed robbers hijacking vessels closer to home are all in a day’s work for the brave men who patrol our waterways, keeping us safe in our homes.
KAJANG 29th July 2018 – Participants of Future Leader’s Conference faced numerous challenges as they traversed the treacherous path laid ahead of them. Elevator pitches and business cases were the least of their concerns as they negotiated with terrorists, all while juggling with the welfare of the country and looming national debt.
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UNITEN KSHAS, Pahang – 9th of July 2018, with the start of a new academic year and the members of the 2017/2018 SRC bidding their last farewells, the students of UNITEN know it’s all but certain, the SRC election period is back. The atmosphere is beginning to fill up with the excitement and hype as new challengers rise to fill the 6 seat of KSHAS’ SRC and with it comes a full package of epic rivalries, the best ideas and ideals also the emergence of a new hope for the students of KSHAS.
We’re all in anticipation of Monday’s HEP session with all our running candidates. Despite so, it’s inevitable to say that there are going to be some rather, do I dare say stale moments during that event due to all the technical talk. So in our to appeal to the more casual students, and in continuation of our election coverage, NADi presents to you: Know Your Candidate! The only place where we give you a closer look at the person behind the candidate! Let’s get right into it!
With the UNITEN 18/19 Elections right around the corner, we here at NADi have compiled this nifty guide to help you make the most of the elections and make you vote count!
KAJANG, 4TH JUNE 2018 – On May 28, 2018, KitaTerangi was held in the UNITEN’s students’ lounge at the UNITEN Student Centre (USC). KitaTerangi is an initiative by #KITAUNITEN to engage with the most vulnerable community in our society, refugees. UNITEN reached out to students from IDEAS Academy to help provide a holistic education. IDEAS Academy is a secondary learning center for underprivileged children, including those who are refugees, stateless and undocumented. It is located in Kuala Lumpur.
Preparations for KitaTerangi were ongoing ever since UNITEN’s recent semester break (May) and took place on May 28. 50 students from the academy attended the event. There was street sketching activity for the students, conducted by a freelance artist, Mr. Aliff Danial. The session started at 3 p.m. and lasted for two hours. They were taught about shades and even sketched the faces of their friends.
KAJANG, 11th June – A Welcoming Day by the Chinese Culture Club was held at the Leisure Hall on the 8th of June. A total of 65 students participated in this event which lasted from 12pm to 6pm. The Welcoming Day was held to welcome the new students as well as to foster relations among those who participated.