NASELS OAU Treats Freshmen To Warm Welcome
Miss NASELS 2016
NASELS Freshers Mountaineering
Tiamiyu Daniel, Mr NASELS 2016
The National Association of Students of English and Literary Studies (NASELS), OAU chapter, welcomed her Freshmen last week.
The 2015/2016 executive council of the association called the Altruist team integrated the freshmen by organising a week-long activity.
The Freshers' week commenced on Monday, 22nd August with an interactive session with lecturers from the department. On Tuesday, a seminar was held on how to be a better student alongside Ladies' talk; where the female newbies met with a Senior lecturer of the department, Dr. Folashade Hunsu. A career talk with Mr Andy Akhigbe, a recipient of Wizard Academy Prize for change in Texas, USA in 2007 took place on Wednesday morning,24th August. In the evening, there was a football match between the male fresh students and the stalites. However, the stalites hit them hard with two goals to nothing. A Spelling Bee, Debate and Quiz Contest held on the fourth day of the programme and later that day, several other talents were showcased by the freshmen during the variety night.
In an interview with the NASELS' President, Mr. Afeez Gbadamosi aka Afeez Gba, stated at the variety night that creativity was the selling point of NASELS students and since they have beautiful talents embedded in them, a variety night had to be included in the programme.
On Saturday, 27th August, the final day, a mountaineering exercise took place in the morning. The day was perhaps the best for most of the students as the leadership of the association had organised what many still term as one of the best freshers' parties on campus. The party took place on Saturday evening. It featured performances from several artistes and the annual Mr and Miss NASELS Contest where Mr Tiamiyu Daniel and Miss Toluhi Oreoluwa emerged winners respectively. In an exclusive interview with our correspondents, the Director of Socials, Mr Samwise and the Public Relations Officer of the association, Mr Ogunlana Micheal, gave all thanks to God, the Altruist team and every member of the association that made the week a success.