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‘IBSU Breakfast Club’ is one of the new student clubs being launched at IBSUniversity yesterday at its Mt Eriama Campus.

Students took the initiative to start up the IBSU Breakfast Club based on the observation that due to the distance peers had to travel to and from school daily, most did not have the time to have a good breakfast in the morning.

Team Leader for the Breakfast Club, Samantha Kuase said she was happy the management of the university were very supportive and encouraged launching this club including four other clubs to encourage more interaction among students.

The other four clubs also launched yesterday were the Arts Club, Community Service Club, Sports Club and Ideas & Publication Club.

Each club has its Team leader and there are no limitations to how many clubs students wish to be part of, as the clubs represent students’ interests at any time.

“IBSUniversity is an innovative university that intends to bring out the best in all you students and we believe that with these clubs, you can demonstrate your talent outside of your normal academic requirements in class”, said IBSU Vice Chancellor Mr Edward Silva.

Student representative and member of both the Breakfast Club and Ideas & Publication Club, Rachael Sengi said many students didn’t have the time to prepare a nutritious meal in the morning so this was one way students could get to school early and still have a full breakfast before class. “Our meals are very affordable to enable students to purchase both food and a hot beverage to start off their day”, said Miss Sengi.

The breakfast club operates on a voluntary basis run by interested students and opens its outdoor hut every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 8:00am – 8:30am.

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