On the evening of Oct. 2, the agendas on the Annual Student Meeting were withdrawn due to the lack of a quorum.
The meeting covered various issues on campus, ranging from the shortage of reading rooms to safety problems. The General Student Council (GSC) also accepted questions on the topics in detail.
An agenda shall be discarded if it has been unsettled during the session, and cannot be revisited, according to Article 14 included in the regulations on the GSC Meetings. The issues can be forwarded only if 10 percent of HUFSans attend the sitting. Yet the number reached 8 percent, falling short of the quota.
A student of the Division of Japanese Language, Literature and Culture lamented, “It is a pity that the meeting could not meet the required number compared to the one in the last semester, which had been successfully approved.”