Update : 2019.11.14  Thu  No : 506
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The CBA’s Student President Decides to Resign

Lee Chan-young, 11th representative of the College of Business Administration(CBA), stepped down from his duties on Sept. 25. because of his negligence and lack of his responsiblity.

During his tenure, President Lee was divested of his right to vote in the Central Managing Committee meeting by being absent three times without reasons. As a result, the CBA members demanded Lee’s resignation. Due to his resignation, the Council officials were also resigned automatically and the Student Committee was turned into Emergency Planning Committee (EPC).

Lee Dong-heon, the CBA EPC’s president, said, “I know many undergraduates of our college are shocked because of the former Student Committee’s sudden break-up. We will hear their voices and do our best to resolve a crisis we face before the next election in November.”


 

2019.11.14  No : 506 By Yoo Chan-heum rabbit0326@hufs.ac.kr
 
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