Hi there, I finally managed to find some time to update the Sunday Hotspot section. I’ve been quite busy because it’s my first week of transferring into a new campus called President University. Thus, I’ll make it the Sunday Hotspot for this week. Okay let’s get down to business.
President University is located in Jababeka, Cikarang. The first, most basic thing to know is: it’s hot like hell. I’m not exaggerating. Ever wanted to experience global warming? You’ve come to the right place. This university is located in an industrial district, which means, you’re far from the bustle of the metropolitan. The air is not fresh, even in the morning. If you look at the horizon, you’ll see smog. Lots of it. When that clock reaches 12pm, consider yourself baked. The atmosphere is merciless here. Thank god there’s air conditioner.
Well, now I’ve just started my college years at a private university in Indonesia. The university is called President University. It’s a private university in Jababeka, Cikarang, near Jakarta. It’s fairly new and still not well-known. I knew about it from the marketing department who delivered a presentation at my school.
Now, for the big question: Why did I choose to spend my college years here?