For many scientific minds, livewire is a wire with a flow of electric current. It is the wire one is often advised not to tamper with, else risk electrocution.
Growing up, I recorded my fair share of electrocutions; some accidental while others as a result of my desire to mimic the task the electricians in my vicinity executed with admirable finesse.
The term livewire would however be given a new meaning come November 1, with the start of the 58th SRC week celebration on UG Campus. The celebration dubbed “Livewire-Blowout” seeks to Blow campus Out and thrill students with activities that will excite them while metaphorically electrocuting them in the process.
November 1, will be the Launch of the SRC Week celebration with a Gospel Rock show at the Sarbah Main field.
A health screening and blood donation exercise is scheduled to come off on Monday November 2 at the SRC Union Building at 9am to 4pm with an open forum at 5pm to 9pm at the Basketball Court.
Agrofie and Inter-tertiary debate will be the focus on Tuesday November 3. The inter-tertiary debate will come off at the SRC Union Building (1pm-5pm) with Agrofie taking place at the Akuafo Quadrangle at 7pm to 9pm.
Below is a picture indicating the activities for the Week Celebration.