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The Association of Biomedical Science Students (ABS) of University of Cape Coast (UCC) took time off academic work to socialize through sporting activities and an elegant exhibition of the works of young entrepreneurs in the association last Saturday at the UCC sports complex.

The leadership of Biomedical Students Association organized their first internal socialization program in four years at the UCC sports complex with the aim of uniting members of the association and also providing the medium for students to ease pent-up stress associated with academics through sporting activities such as football, basketball, draft, ludu, cards and volleyball.

The Directorate of Research, Innovative and Consultancy (DRIC), in collaboration with the Elsevier, has organised a capacity-building workshop for Senior Members to enhance their knowledge in research and publication.

Addressing participants, the Director of Journal Services at Elsevier Publishing Development, Mrs. Annette Leeuwendal, urged academic staff to continously publish in order not to perish in the academic sector.

Mrs. Leeuwendal told the participants to do proper evaluation of their research areas and also find out which journal was right for their articles, before submission.

The Football Team of the University of Cape Coast, UCC Youngsters are set to play this year’s Division Two Middle League Championship. UCC Youngsters lost were eliminated in the group stages of the competition last year but will be hoping to make a stronger comeback division one campaign this year.

Speaking in an interview with ATL FM Sports, the Head of UCC Sports Section Dr. Daniel Apaak indicated that the UCC soccer team has been certified by management to compete in the middle league.

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The Head of the University of Cape Coast [UCC] Sports Section, Dr. Daniel Apaak has announced their readiness for the upcoming GUSA Cross Country Competition at University of Mines and Technology (UMAT), Tarkwa slated this Saturday, 4th November, 2017.

Speaking to ATL FM in an Interview on the Thursday Morning Sports Show, Dr. Apaak, confirmed that the Team UCC will leave Cape Coast, 11am on Thursday, 3rd November, 2017 to join the likes of UG, KNUST and UEW who have arrived at the venue.

He indicated that there has been few injuries in their camp, yet , the team is prepared to repeat the feat they made last year at UEW where Team UCC emerged first in the competition.

The University of Cape Coast [UCC] has inaugurated the University Catering Services (UNICAT) Restaurant formerly known as “124”.

The facility which formerly served food for university official functions only is now opened to the public to place orders and access the facility anytime for food.

Speaking at the inauguration ceremony, the Pro Vice Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast, Prof. George K.T. Oduro urged staff of the facility to, at all times, ensure prompt service delivery in order to draw more customers to the facility.

UEW VC, others asked to step aside over missing files

The Governing Council of the University of Education, Winneba, has asked its Vice Chancellor and four other top officials to step aside, after it emerged that some vital documents at some offices at the centre of an ongoing investigation had been removed at night.