This year’s community event was greatly anticipated, given the success of the first one. The event highlights included a performance by the new Ashesi choir, a presentation by Dr. Awuah on the state of the university and presentations by students on thesis and community service projects. The event was also an opportunity to recognise members of the community that have made outstanding contributions to campus life. Awards were given to the most active club on campus, Kingdom Christian Fellowship, whilst the good citizen award which went to Romeo Owusu-Aning, the President of Ashesi Student Council. Nominations for these awards were made by the student body.