Yo, dwindling number of readers!
Seems like I have no other choice than to go to the Camp from Thursday to Sunday next week. It is likely that any attempts to skip it will result in disciplinary action or blacklisting. As a university student, I should have the freedom to choose whether to go or not - something that is clearly lacking in this situation. We are being treated like school kids, no less.
Well, I suppose I have to prepare for the inevitable. Currently, the location of the camp is unknown. This will, hopefully, be explained in the briefing two days from now. It will also affect my decision whether to pack some extra stuff, and what to wear there (boots, sandals or shoes?).
Of course, I'm not happy with the prospect of having to spend four days at some God-forsaken place while my peers are churning out the results of their first Physics lab experiment. Had it been a Khidmat Negara camp, I'll go with no ill feelings. Reserves (Wataniah) camp, I'll gladly go. But for something as ambiguous as 'Nation Building Camp' (which sounds like what a fascist country would have in its education system), I have my reservations.
In other news, the club received several new members from the recent intake. The President and I also have something planned... just see. And I'm still waiting for my ice cream from the conductor of the choir club - I, a foundation student, help her, a degree student, with her degree problems. 1337 huh?
Anyway, if you are still reading at this point I congratulate you. Now, get on with your life...