01.09.2006 | 
Society
THE FIRST PRESENT FOR THE FRESHMEN
THE FIRST PRESENT FOR THE FRESHMEN
On September 1 packages were distributed among the first course students.

There was a guidebook for the first course students, also pens and notebooks with YSU mark in the packages. 

The author of the enterprise was the administration of YSU public relations and information. 

Today University students have a need to be informed, our main problem is to give a solution in some way,- says the head of the administration of public relations and information Karen Grigoryan,- besides, everything should be done for our students to feel the breath of the University from the first day on. 

It was a wonderful project, we didnt expect this, said a first course student of the Faculty of Journalism Spartak Grishyan. We realized that some people think about us.

The chief of the methodological department Ann Osipyan makes sure that till next September the administration will take into consideration all the remarks about the guidebook and all the reasonable suggestions will be taken into account for the next year.

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