▲ Collection of thoughts and opinions about KUPC campaigns. Provided by ODEA
On January 14, Korea University PRIDE CLUB (KUPC) revealed a compilation of opinions, feelings, and proposals from the KUPC members and beneficiaries. Consisting of people who have affection for KU, KUPC regularly runs fund-raising campaigns to aid undergraduates in need of financial support. Last semester, students could have breakfast with only 1,000 Korean Won (KRW). This time, led by Office of Development & External Affairs (ODEA), KUPC opened a contest, collecting overall thoughts and evaluation regarding its various campaigns.
ODEA has continuously received suggestions for improvement but this is the first time to hold the event as a contest. As one of the members of KUPC says, it is rewarding to see undergraduates benefit from the campaign. By donating small amount of money, which would have been otherwise used for daily coffees, members can help KU students manage financial concerns regarding campus life. For example, the student who won the grand prize in this contest now can register lessons for future career, thanks to the help from KUPC.
ODEA tells that every collected story was valuable and touching. By paying small tributes, all members of KUPC are making KU a better place to learn and dream.