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2008.0523

NTNU Student Club Members Have Their Moment of Honors

<p><font face="Arial">By Jocy Su<br /> Campus Reporter</font></p> <p><font face="Arial">A total of 10 student clubs shared the honor of &ldquo;National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) Camel Award&rdquo; at the main campus&rsquo; auditorium tonight for their efforts and endurance to maintain their clubs during the past year.</font></p> <p><font face="Arial">The award would be named as &ldquo;camel&rdquo; because the award was designed to symbolize the spirit of a camel&rsquo;s long-lasting endurance without complaints.&nbsp; Whoever won this award meant that the club&rsquo;s improvement for the past year was recognized.</font></p> <p><font face="Arial">The first &ldquo;Camel Award&rdquo; was issued 22 years ago, to encourage students to overcome all kinds of difficulties they might encounter during club activities.&nbsp; Office of Activity Staff Member Lee Jen (李貞) said that this would be the spirit which they would be expecting from students through club activities.</font></p> <p><font face="Arial">&quot;What this &lsquo;Camel Award&rsquo; means to students would be similar to what &lsquo;Golden Horse Awards&rsquo; mean to entertainers,&rdquo; Lee said.</font></p> <p><font face="Arial">By the evaluation of a 61-men evaluation group, which was consisted of instructors, former student club presidents and alumni,a total of 13 awards, including &ldquo;Camel Award,&rdquo; were given tonight, as a total of 39 student clubs were involved in the final evaluation..&nbsp; These 61 judges would decide their favorite student clubs based on these clubs&rsquo; introduction brochures and their performances or presentations during the annual &ldquo;NTNU Student Club Fair&rdquo; on May 23.</font></p> <p><font face="Arial">In addition to the &ldquo;NTNU Camel Award,&rdquo; &ldquo;the Best Student Club of the Year&rdquo; was another highlight and it was shared by Department of Educational Psychology Counseling&rsquo;s Student Council and Department of Health Promotion and Health Education&rsquo;s Student Council.&nbsp; The latter, however, was the winner among all other student clubs because its members took home a total of four different awards tonight.</font></p> <p><font face="Arial">Former Chia-yi Club president Huang Huei-chun (黃惠君) said that the congregation sing-along in the end of the event, when light went out and everybody was waving his glowing rods, was the most sensational moment.</font></p> <p><font face="Arial">&quot;At the moment, I felt that our&nbsp;hard work during &nbsp;the past year were all worth it, no matter being awarded or not,&rdquo; she said.</font>&nbsp;</p>