Sinebare warns students about breaking school rules

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University of Goroka vice-chancellor Prof Musawe Sinebare has warned students that there will be no mercy for those who break the school rules.
While welcoming its first-year students for the year during their orientation yesterday, Sinebare warned them not to abuse the library, internet and dormitory facilities.
Tresca Sibauk, a female warden, told the packed Mark Solon Auditorium that petty excuses were made when students were found breaking campus rules that would see them lose certain privileges.
“If you are a day student, you are not allowed to enter either the male or female dormitory for any reason,” she said.
“Boarding students, remember you pay fees to stay on campus and if found entertaining any day-student for whatever reason, you will lose your lodging. No loud music, betel nut chewing, smoking, drugs or alcohol in the rooms. You are here to focus on studies, so focus”, she said.
Male student counsellor Boboya Noiney told students that the university had a zero tolerance for alcohol. He said breathalysers would be used on students suspected to be under the influence of alcohol.
Sinebare warned staff to pull their game together by coming to work faithfully and professionally attired.
“Some of us clock in the hours that we have not honestly worked for,” he said.

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