這種惱人的事可能經常發生。所以， 有什麼不禮貌的事，請學長諒解。 (我在16日的東海大學開《我看東海校園的發展》座談會已說過， 讓蔡副校長臉色不太好……)
(1000元不是問題的) 他還說有長官會來詳細解釋什麼greeEn， ……等於是交錢去受刑。
You know how to handle this dilemma better than I can. I would try either to focus on some specific issues/aspects of the university (a kind of "functional" attitude) or to keep an arm's distance to the university administration, including their PR activities.
I always believe that we can have only two approaches to the problem of Tunghai: 1. fine-tuning, one issue and one step at a time (bottom-up), and 2. transforming vision and big drive (top-down). 『綠 色博雅』does not seem to be either - I don't know what pressing issues (e.g., student-faculty ratio) it addresses, and what transforming strategies it bestows (e.g., developing the under-used land assets and integrate/expand the core campus)? Without concrete and compelling substance, it could destine to be only a 口號 - a buffer to protect the administration and shield off criticism?
This slogan does have one immediate effect: it distinguishes for the administration who are friends and who are foes. If one does not embrace it, then not only one could feel aliened (like you), but one could also be kept at an arm's distance by the administration.
Thanks for sharing pointers. I will find time to read them as soon as I can.