Tertiary institutions are at the apex of teaching and learning.
They are established to educate students in specialized areas, hence the reason for unique courses of study.
However, it isn’t always about the teaching and learning; such institutions create the atmosphere for the formation of various traits.
Extracurricular activities shape the lives of students in a myriad of ways.
Some of these tertiary institutions have been tagged with all the notoriety one can think of. How true is this assertion?
University of Ghana, Legon
Ghana’s premier university has certainly recorded in its annals a substantial number of misdemeanors. Indeed two of its halls of residence, Commonwealth and Mensah-Sarbah halls, have been known to square off in the past.
Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology, Kumasi
Its two most popular halls of residence, Republic and Unity Halls, have contributed in no small way to the story of the university. Are their respective stories of notoriety exaggerated?
University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast
Ghana’s only sea-front university has both Atlantic Hall and Casely-Hayford Hall. These two halls of residence have contributed to the story of the university in various ways. Some years ago, one of them was banned from celebrating its Hall Week. Can you guess which it was?
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