KNUST SRC Unveils “Eureka” Newsletter and Writers Clinic to Spark Student Creativity

The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Students’ Representative Council (SRC) has launched two exciting initiatives aimed at fostering student writing and creativity: the KNUST newsletter “Eureka” and the KNUST Writers Clinic. The launch event, held on Saturday, June 29, 2024 brought together students, aspiring writers, and prominent figures in the writing field.

“Eureka,” a term famously used by Archimedes to express joy upon discovery, aptly describes the newsletter’s mission: to showcase student discoveries, innovations, and creative works. The name, chosen by former SRC President Master Frank Owusu and his team, reflects the spirit of exploration and intellectual growth that the newsletter aims to embody.

Students can now access “Eureka” online at the KNUST SRC website: The KNUST Writers Clinic, spearheaded by SRC General Secretary Miss Christabel Baaba Mills, offers a dedicated space for writers and aspiring writers to hone their skills, connect with fellow creatives, and engage in the world of writing.

The launch event was graced by distinguished guests including Isaac Justice Bediako, Ashanti Regional Correspondent for the EIB Network and Administrative Manager for the Otumfuo Osei Tutu II Foundation, and Kafui Dey of Ghana Broadcasting Corporation. The launch of “Eureka” and the Writers Clinic exemplifies the KNUST SRC’s dedication to fostering student creativity and intellectual growth.

These initiatives provide students with invaluable opportunities to explore their writing talents, connect with industry professionals, and contribute to the university’s vibrant literary scene.