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During this year’s University elections, two students who agreed to activism were favored by students for their respective councils.
Student-leaders primarily represent and protect the student body, regardless if the university stands with them or not.
The University’s Central Student Council (CSC), along with different youth groups and student leaders, filed a petition that questions the unconstitutionality of the Anti-Terror Law (ATL)...