And I'm Obliged To Study ItI'm not as interested in world politics as much as I am interested in small-time politics such as campus elections. Recently, our college had this election for the student council, consisting the student president, Vice pres, secretary, etc. I, for one, helped for in the campaign for this one party, apparently because two of my friends are gonna run for the position of Public relations officer and Vice President. Plus, I get excuse letters for not attending class. >:) After 2 days of voting, our party lost its presidency from three parties. But that's not the case; the presidency got tied and according to the school constitution, ties are handled with toss coin. Currently, the two tied parties are warring over it through facebook.
Well, it's fun to think that they're so poised and mannered before the elections, and now that the results have came out, they're posting on facebook bad things about each other. I guess that's how the system works.
I'm majoring on international relations, and apparently, I can't escape politics.
mhel0w8 18-21, F 0 Feb 24, 2012