The event, which comes once every year, is organized by the dean of students’ office in collaboration with the St. Paul’s University students’ Association (SPUSA). The event brings out the creative side of students and sends excitement around the campus and its environs.
This year’s event begins on 31st October and runs through to 5th November 2016. It will be exciting to see students dress up as they enjoy the cultural diversity SPU has to offer. Each day of the week has a dressing theme which includes cultural wear, crazy wear and school uniforms. Diversity isn’t limited to dressing only as it is expressed through various showcases of talent including music, food, drama and sport. International students also get a chance to showcase their culture through dress, songs and dance.
The closing gala which will see the crowning of Mr. & Miss SPU will be held on Saturday 5th November 2016 and award winning artist Daddy Owen will be the main act as MC Jesse takes on the role on the master of ceremony.