WEDNESDAY, 28 MAY-
An exhibition on the works of undergrads majoring in Creative Writing, School of Arts (SPS) can be a catalyst to fuel their passion to produce high quality work.
Deputy Dean of SPS, Dr. Sim Chee Cheang said the undergrads successful production of their works in the Final Project Writing Programme: Masterpiece was a starting point for their future success.
"Writing works greatly influences one's thoughts. Reading a good writing will provide insights and lessons to readers.
"Therefore, students are encouraged to produce works of high quality and not to create work which are of mediocre quality," she said at the exhibition at SPS recently.
Meanwhile, some creative writings by undergrads were also recognised in an award presentation under a number of categories contested.
Thesis Writing and Best Book Awards was won by Ibtisam Johar, whilst Best Poetry Award went to Mohd. Hafizol Abd. Wahab.
Best Script Writing Award went to Muhammad Faizal Mustapha and Best Novel was won by Norasitah Abd. Kinu.
Nor Shaida Abdul Latif bagged the Best Critic Writing, whilst Best Exhibition Award was won by Asri Busri. -MA (fl)
Photo: Johaidi Ismail
Media and Citra Division