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Welcome to the Ashesi University Bulletin; an electronic publication for parents, donors and friends of the university. The University Bulletin features campus news, essays, profiles of people in our community, and of course, the vigorous academic debates that are so fundamental to a community of learning such as ours. We hope you will continue to visit this page for a sense of what occupies our thoughts each semester

Construction Update October 2010. Progress on Ashesi's new campus at Berekuso is proceeding at a steady pace.  Tiling has begun in the classrooms and walkways, stonework on the exterior is in progress and lights have been installed in several of the classrooms.
Construction Update August 2010. On August 10th, faculty and staff members boarded the Ashesi bus, slipped on their hard hats, and took a tour of their new academic home.
Construction Update June 2010. Progress is continuing at Ashesi's new campus in Berekuso, with roofing completed on two of Ashesi's classroom buildings.   
June 2010 From Commencement to the alumni class naming campaign; Ethics conference to Google recruiting an Ashesi senior, the online version of the June 2010 Ashesi Bulletin recounts the stories that make us a proud Ashesi community; we are doing something right.  
December 2009 Editor, Sarah Mills writes about the inspiring nature of the people who refuse to be mediocre. These beautifully written articles provide us with an insider's view of what life at Ashesi is like. We present, the December 2009 edition of the campus magazine, the Ashesi Bulletin.
July 2009  Ashesi launches a new University Bulletin featuring articles about the future campus at Berekuso, class notes, faculty profiles and excerpts from the 2009 graduation ceremony.
May 2008 Today, we are not faced with the fears of our inadequacy but fear of the power we possess to succeed and to stir up change. (Anida Acquah, Commencement 2008 Senior Class Speaker)
December 2007 The chapter you are about to begin writing will be a difficult one; but it promises to be incredibly lyrical. I look forward to reading about your contributions to our world. (Patrick Awuah, President)
December 2006 Our charge as a class is to ensure that the new Africa we have seen in our hearts is seen on the ground. (Aba Ackun, Senior Class Speaker, Commencement 2006)

August 2006 In this bulletin, students and faculty reflect on some of their summer activities.
December 2005 We did it!  We graduated our pioneer Class of 2005 on December 17, 2005.  What a moment of pride.
June 2005 In this series students reflect on their experiences inside and outside Ashesi classrooms.
March 2005 A series of essays reflect on how we learn by leaving our house.
August 2004 Ashesi students make significant strides as they prove themselves during internships at local companies.
June 2004 Ashesi begins its third year; and Ashesi staff member, Mohammed, shares what Ashesi means to him.
December 2003
July 2003 New student editors, Michelle Eghan and Isaac Tuggen share insights into life at Ashesi.  
October 2002  The essays in this bulletin speak to the hopes and aspirations of the Ashesi community. But are these just the dreams of those of us at Ashesi, or are they a reflection of a deeper and broader sentiment in Ghana and Africa?
May 2002 Ashesi has just begun and oh, what a start it has been!!
Ashesi's Earliest Years Features from May 1998 when Ashesi's founders first conducted a feasibility study, until February 25, 2002 when Ashesi's first students arrived on campus for Orientation Week.

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