‘Campus Bubblin’ to raise funds for improvements at UG

The University of Guyana Student Society (UGSS) yesterday promised an electrifying Mashramani show that will return the university to its former glory when it launched ‘Campus Bubblin,’ scheduled for February 16.

Marvin Wray, Coordinator of the UGSS, speaking at a press conference in the Education Lecture Theatre, at the Turkeyen Campus, said the event was an effort not only to raise funds for the university but also to create an atmosphere of cultural unity among the students.

Coordinator of the UGSS Marvin Wray (centre) with other members of the UGSS at yesterday’s press conference.

Coordinator of the UGSS Marvin Wray (centre) with other members of the UGSS at yesterday’s press conference.

The UGSS was approached by Team Suga Entertainment with the suggestion for the event and it quickly accepted. The newly-elected UGSS executive said ‘Campus Bubblin’ was the podium for the development of the university.

Amir Dillawar, Public Relations Officer for the UGSS, said when they were approached by Team Suga Entertainment with the initiative to help develop projects for the university a part of their vision was complete. “It’s our vision.

It is basically where we want to see the university in five or six years. This society and the university have been greatly supported by the government and businesses but we need more investments. We have a vision for this university and this mega event will definitely help us,” he said.

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