The recent article on ST on “Community Involvement Projects” got me thinking.

Should and can political involvement count as a Community Involvement Project? After all, walking the grounds, talking to residents, engaging them and organizing grassroot activities, in all sense of the word, does engage the community. Not only its beneficial to the community by encouraging our students to do this form of community work, but it also exposes their mind to better political knowledge and understanding of how our political system work.