The coach of Roma Luciano Spalletti stated that he is satisfied with the shape of the striker of this Roman club and the captain of the BiH national team Edin Džeko.Džeko scored two goals in the qualification match for the world championship against Cyprus, which makes the Italian expert happy.“Edin is an amazing player and he did a good job with the national team. I am happy for his goals. He will return to the club full of enthusiasm,” said Spalletti.Roma is playing with Napoli this Saturday and their main anchor is precisely Edin Džeko.The BiH striker scored five goals and recorded three assists in five matches for Roma during seven performances this season.(Source: klix.ba)
Registration, the issuance of transcripts and everything in between, will now flow smoothly for the students of the University of Guyana, following the commissioning of a new registry building at the Turkeyen Campus.The new registry building, Turkeyen CampusAccording to Vice Chancellor of the University of Guyana, Professor Ivelaw Griffith, the building aims to benefit the registry staff and students of the Turkeyen University. “Is it necessarily all that we want? No. But it is much better than what we have had, allowing us to enable our staff to be in a place of comfort and enabling us to have the students be served in a place of comfort,” Professor Griffith is quoted by the Department of Public Information (DPI) as saying.Meanwhile, University of Guyana Student Society (UGSS) President Norwel Hinds said the new building should also serve to encourage the renewal of services being provided.“Although it serves (the building) the practical purpose of consolidating services and consolidating your focus on student services in particular, it also serves as a symbolic indicator on the focus on renewal for campus, the forging of new attitude consistent with the philosophy of servant leadership,” Hinds posited.Immediate Past Registrar of the University, Vincent Alexander, in noting his satisfaction at witnessing the building come to fruition, outlined several changes made over the past few years and the importance of a registry for students attending the university.