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  13th Caribbean Junior Table Tennis Championships in Georgetown, Guyana
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Induction of UTT Student Guild

The Student Guild of The University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) has been challenged to help the organisation remain student–centred. The new Student Guild representatives were officially inducted on Saturday 19 April, 2008 at a function which took place at the auditorium of the Pt. Lisas Campus.  In addressing the inductees, UTT President, Professor Ken Julien said that despite its rapid growth, the University will strive to remain student-centred.   

Professor Julien noted that while the Guild will be guided by the wishes of the student body, the Guild must take the responsibility to ensure that there is student participation at all levels.  UTT is about the creation of a community of scholars and the guild forms an integral part of this community.

Emphasis was also placed on the importance of every student having the full university experience and on the development of relationships with all the relevant clubs and organisations within their respective fields of study as well as within their communities.

Michael Clarke, president of the UTT Guild O’Meara Campus, commented that the Guild is looking forward to representation of students at any level including the Academic Council of UTT. Thirty two (32) students, representing all eleven campuses were officially inducted as Student Guild Representatives, pledging to uphold and honour all the principles, values and beliefs of The University of Trinidad and Tobago Student Guild and to actively  promote the diversity of opinion, ideas and backgrounds which are vital to university life. 

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