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Arty NIAG Treated Guests with Music

National Intercollegiate Athletic Game 2009 (NIAG) opened with a festive feel. The hosting university NTNU programmed several performances, aiming to turn the NIAG an athletic game in daytime and a musical feast at night.

To Prepare NIAG, GWA Trained in China Airline

On April 25th, more than 50 NTNU Good Will Ambassadors (GWA) went to the SongShan Training Institute of China Airline to train for service and deportment as part of the preparation for National Intercollegiate Athletic Games (NIAG).

Opening Concert of NTNU Music Festival: Rain and Passion

NTNU Music Festival had its opening concert in the evening of April 17th in the plaza in front of College of Music. Though it was raining cats and dogs, the jollification and the quality of students’ performance still attracted a huge number of audience.

Disclosure of Historical Materials on 46 Incident

To commemorate the NTNU-NTU 46 Incident 60 years ago, the fist white terror event on campus, NTNU retired professor Wen Zen-Hua, jointly invited by the Department of History and the Graduate Institute of Taiwan History, brought the precious investigation materials to public on the incident on April 4th. With materials including letters from families of the victims to NTNU professors, a list of expelled students, etc., Wen wished current students could look back on the humane spirits these alumnus were fighting for. There will be two more speeches on 46 Incident during the week.

Neurologist Hong Lan Lectured on Brain Functions and Learning Strategies

On March 31st, the first session of the Learn to Grow series, the Center of Teaching and Learning Development invited Hong Lan, Director of the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, National Central University to talk about brain functions and learning strategies for college students. She reminded NTNU students that morning is the prime time for mind activities while the evening low, and that students who were used to stay up should value sleep more. Another key point to the brain was to “use it, or lose it”. Extensive reading of all kinds of knowledge would benefit students greatly.
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