The end of year for students at tertiary institutions across the country is a hectic time, generally; but home economic students of the University of Education in Winneba had a way to combine the drudgery with some fun.
The school holds an annual exhibition for students to exhibit the talents they have and what they have picked up from their years at the school, and this year was no exception with some jaw dropping exhibits on display.
The displays featured students from the Home Economics Department of the University, comprising Level 300 and Level 400 students, with the exhibits focusing on fashion and cake decoration and sugarcraft.
The event came off last Friday, May 13, at the forecourt of the Department, featuring an exhibition and fashion show for both level 400’s and 300’s.
The final year students were split in two categories, those who majored in Foods and Nutrition exhibited sugar craft products in different shapes and designs, whereas those who majored in Clothing and Textiles exhibited professionally crafted garments.
The event was graced by authorities of the school including the Head of Department, Ms Comfort Kutum Maddah, Professor Philyis Foster, the University’s Registrar and all the Lecturers, Teaching Assistants, Instructors and National Service Pesonnels of the Department.
Other Professors, Doctors, and Lecturers of various disciplines in the University community were also present to witness the event, with the former University Teachers Association of Ghana President, Dr Samuel Bekoe, also gracing the occasion.
The final year students included Elorm Diana Rose Adonu, second runner-up of the 2015 Miss Heritage Ghana competition.
The interesting exhibits included cakes in all shapes such as a swimming pool and a football pitch. Check out the ingenious designs below…