DEKADA Vision 2011: Reinventing Relevance
June 18, 2011 Leave a comment
Our political party, DEKADA, has been in the AB political scene for 2 decades now. We have participated in more than 30 elections both major- and faculty-wide, and have slated more than 50 student officials in both the local and central student councils.
But as our party marches through the times, we are confronted by a brand new challenge; RELEVANCE.
Previously, our challenge was presence. We have not been in the political spotlight for almost four years, and we were struggling to make our presence felt. But with our recent victories, we were able to surpass this challenge, and with confidence I say, we managed to return.
Now that we have established our party once again, we are faced with the challenge of relevance. How do we, as a party, keep our existence relevant to the constituents we serve?
This is the question for us now. How does a political party survive and maintain relevance? How do we keep the fire going after it has been lit? How do we assure that the fire won’t burn out? These we have to answer.
This year, as we open the 400th year of UST, let us, together with the university, reinvent relevance.