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Thursday 3 May 2018

FASA Week: We Expect Our Students To Benefit Socially And Academically - Says, Orunmila

The Faculty of Arts Students Association, FASA is set to hold her yearly faculty week from the 7th -11th of May 2018.

The event is being anticipated to comprise: 'Back to school', seminar/inter-departmental debate, sports, FASA carnival and the 'Face of FASA' pageant.

In an interview with Campus Mirror, FASA President, Hakeem Taofeek Abayomi (Orunmila) said the event is hold in other to "celebrate the students of the faculty of Arts" and also an opportunity to engage themselves socially and mingle with each other.
"All work and no play makes jack a dull boy" he says.
He also ensures that it would be an event that would benefit students socially and academic wise also.

He acknowledges the unfailing efforts of his co-executives and sees them as the "back bone of the association"

He further went on to the speak on the seminar which is slated to hold on Tuesday 8th of May and says it would be Entrepreneurship wise and the theme which was chosen by the Vice President is "Grown from a seed".

The president giving a tip about what the seminar would be based on, says " A seed could make a forest; an Entrepreneur doesn't necessarily need a whole lot to start a business".

 He added that the FASA week is tagged "The Rebirth of FASA as FASA has just been reinstated" and expects it to "lift up the spirit of students".
Also, the president speaking in behalf of his executives, says there's full support from the faculty officials including the Dean, Sub-dean and Faculty officer and hope the event turns out well with the addition of the efforts of the students to turn up well at the event.

The Social Secretary; Comrade Alaga Abimbola (Alagha Golden) also said that the students should expect the event 'loud' and also put efforts and by God's grace, it is sure to be a success.

By Oluwatola Oluwaluyi & Òníòroró Oladele Òrépò

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