December 2003: Index
by: Michelle Eghan, Isaac Tuggen and Catherine Evans-Totoe
Conversations at Ashesi: Youth and National Politics
By Eric Acheampong, Class of 2006
Eric Acheampong discusses the importance of participation by the younger generation in National politics in Ghana, but warns that political infighting and the
inflammatory language used by young political pundits may not be in the nations best interest.
Profile of Mr. Poynter
By Thomas Brien-Mensah, Class of 2006
Thomas Brien-Mensah profiles one of the most popular lecturers on campus, Mr. Mark Poynter, describing his educational background, decision to join Ashesi's faculty and preference for warm winters.
Save a Smile Campaign
By Linda Fiah, Class of 2005
Linda Fiah tells about the student-manages Save a Smile fund which collects donations to help support street orphans in Accra. Linda asks the student to continue their support of the Fund and describes how their gifts can make a difference.
Ashesi So Far
By Yawa Osebreh, Class of 2006
Ashesi freshman Yawa Osebreh describes her experience as a first-year student at Ashesi University.
African Philosophical Thought: A Prerequisite for Sustainable Development
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By Abdul-Latif Issahaku
Sophomore Abdul-Latif Issahaku argues that Africa has a unique philosophical tradition that has been ignored in some circles, but which may prove important for further African development.
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