- 2017年09月01日15:55 来源：小站整理
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Full-time university students should spend a lot of time in studying, but it is essential to be involved in other activities.To what extend do you agree or disagree?
One of the most surprising but delightful things about a university is that it always has a great variety of clubs that the students can join such as yoga club, international chess club, literature club, to name only a few.
Needless to say, university students should devote most of the time to their academic work rather than these club activities. After all, to become expert in onespecialized field and get prepared for future life should become the major concernsfor all university students, and these are also what the students pay their tuition for.
However, it does not follow that university students must confine themselves to the library and the classroom. Quite the opposite, they ought to engage in as many extracurricular activities as possible, for if the academic study makes them prepared intellectually, these club activities may be helpful to their future career in many different ways. For example, sports make them physically stronger, boat racing makes them more cooperative, writing makes them more expressive, and camping makes them more persistent. Even those more leisurely activities such as guitar playing or singing can relieve the students of their heavy load of academic work and make them more resilient to physical and emotional stresses in life.
In light of the above discussion, I would argue that university students should have an active club life. It would be the best if the students find the club activities are related and helpful to their academic study. However, when it comes to the amount of time they should give to these activities, the university students must remember that their top priority should always be placed on the academic development, which can never be sacrificed for any other activities, no matter how interesting they might be to the students.