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20.05.2008 09:10 Age: 11 yrs
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Latest Wansolwara hits the stands

September 2006 issue of the USP journalism student training newspaper covers campus issues, the environment, civil society groups and animal welfare


Journalism students packing the newspaper for distribution

The university’s plan to introduce a quota system for internet usage to stop abuse and the furor surrounding a beauty pageant organised by the USP Students Association are among the reports in the latest issue of Wansolwara.

The quarterly training newspaper of the USP journalism division also carries an interview with the Vice-Chancellor Professor Anthony Tarr.

Professor Tarr says the USP is seeking an increase in funding from member countries to meet service demands.

He adds that two stalled multi-million dollar construction projects for the Laucala Campus will eventually get off the ground.

Other stories in September 2006 issue:

• A project undertaken by USP’s conservation biology students to create awareness about Fiji’s crested iguanas

• Insight Report prepared by third-year students on the role of civil societies in the Pacific.

• A feature story on the stray dog problem in Fiji by first year student Maneesha Karan

• A story on the increase in crime by Sallyshni Devi

Wansolwara is an award-winning newspaper produced by students enrolled in the BA in journalism and Diploma in Pacific Journalism at the USP.

It is distributed on the main Laucala Campus in Suva, in branch campuses in USP member countries and around the world.


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