MEMBERS of the Makira/Ulawa students Association (MUSA) studying at the University of South pacific (USP) at the Laucala Campus in Suva has successfully performed their cultural act at the Open Day last Friday.
It was reported that the crowd that gathered at the event was very excited to see the performance of the students.
According to the Solomon Islands Students Association (SISA) presidents Anthony Maelasi, the ten minutes performance by our local students was very incredible.
“The Open Day performance by our Makira/Ulawa student representatives was a success.
“It is very encouraging to see our participation in important events like this, as always been in the past.
“We are trying to get a rotation to ensure all provinces are involved in the events,” Maelasi said.
He added that one of the graduate attributes is Pacific consciousness and the importance to understand and appreciate the cultural diversity and the students must strive to achieve this in their personal and professional life.
Meanwhile, over 10,000 students attended the Open Day which had the theme – ‘USP – Shaping Your Future’ and was televised live across the region from the USP Laucala campus via Sky Pacific.
By RONALD TOITO’ONA