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Dr Koryoe Anim-Wright, President of the African University College for Communication (AUCC), has urged the graduands of the University to make good use of their knowledge acquired and make a difference in their field of work.

“Your degree should be viewed as an opportunity for you to do better, to change lives, to make a difference and as well find solutions to today’s pressing issues,” Mrs Anim-Wright said.

Mrs Anim-Wright said this in Accra on Saturday when she addressed graduands of the University at the 14th graduation ceremony of which 409 students graduated in Bachelor of Arts in communication studies and Bachelor of Science in business administration.

The old students association of the University of Cape Coast Junior High School, UNIJOSA, has presented science laboratory equipment worth over GH 20,000 to the school.

The gesture, which was financed by the 1995, 2000, 2006 and 2012 year groups, was to encourage practical teaching and learning of integrated science in the school.

The equipment comprised chemical food test, magnetic fields, optic essentials, chemical food test, electronic playgrounds, chemistry kits, models of the human reproductive system and models of the digestive and respiratory systems.

St. Augustines College beat their rivals Mfantsipim in zone three of the Inter Colleges Soccer Competition.

The game ended goalless after the end of both halves but Augusco got the trophy by beating the Kwabotwe boys 5-4 on penalties to pick their fourth trophy.

A former Vice chancellor of University of Cape Coast, Reverend Professor S. K. Agyapong says he considers the six communities surrounding the university an opportunity rather than a threat.

Professor Agyapong’s decision to re-demarcate the university land rather than pull down structures of encroachment during his tenure is viewed by some as a factor that has contributed to the seemingly intractable problems of security and further encroachments.

A High Court in Winneba has annulled the University of Education’s branch of UTAG elections which took place on the 9th of August this year.

The court argued that those who superintended over the elections erred by disenfranchising the satellite campus namely Mampong, Kumasi and Kwadaso from taking part in the elections.

The elections organized by the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG), excluded members of the Kumasi and Asante Mampong campuses, prompting the lawsuit at a High Court.

Graduate Students Association of Ghana (GRASAG)- University of Cape Coast [ UCC ] has won the 2017/2018 UCC volleyball competition for both men and women editions.

The 2017/2018 UCC volleyball competition was participated by GRASAG , Kwame Nkrumah hall, Valco hall, Casely Hayford hall, Atlantic hall, Ogua hall, Adehye hall and SRC hostel with GRASAG emerging as Champions.

GRASAG men’s team beat Kwame Nkrumah hall 2-1 in an enthralling semi-final to book their place in the final where they won comfortable with a two straight sets wins over Valco hall. Their female counterparts also exhibited the same winning streak by beating Adeshye to a 2-1 score in the semi-final before winning the women’s edition with a two straight win over Ogua hall.