The successes of Stellenbosch University’s HOPE Project are celebrated this week. The University, several of the academic initiatives under the HOPE Project banner as well as Matie students will present celebratory events over the next few days during what is known as HOPE Week.Among others, a competition is held in which the Rector’s parking space was up for grabs, while staff and students stand to win cash prizes by entering poems, essays, photos or videos on HOPE as theme. On Wednesday 11 April a celebration is held for staff over the lunch hour whereby they can visit the various exhibitions of the HOOP Project initiatives in the Konservatorium. Prof Botman is the speaker at this event. Prof Botman will also announce the next phase of the HOPE Project at a gala function on Wednesday night.
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