The western horizon was turning a crimson hue with the setting sun. The cheers for the progressing tap rugby match echoed throughout the Mt. Lavinia beach, heralding the most colourful event this beach was going to witness in another few hours time, Spitzer 2015. The annual inter-university after party organized by MoraSpirit University of Moratuwa was all ready to unfold its glory on this Friday (16th) night.
MoraSpirit’s Executive Committee is on track introducing a project called GOLD to discover and nurture Sri Lanka’s premium talents in sports. Usually there are 2 projects that are carried out by the ExCo per year, and from those, this one project is out of the ordinary. Particularly, the ExCo was able to identify that because of the burdensome workload that must be afforded by the G.C.E. Advanced Level students in our country due to the education system prevailing.
The most awaited, colorful and most entertained event of the MoraSpirit event calendar of the year – Spitzer - is going to rock the sportspersons and sports lovers on this 16th October at Marine 64 Sea Breeze Rest - Mount Lavinia from 4 pm onwards.
Nisal Menuka is a fresh graduate from the Faculty of Engineering in University of Moratuwa. This sounds fairly ordinary. However, on the contrary, when it comes to Nisal’s story it’s quite extraordinary.
All university students are rushing for one goal; to graduate with a high class in the field they are in. But when it comes to the award of the Most Outstanding Graduate of the faculty, then it would be a grand triumph for him or her. And that is the joy which Pasindu Weerasinghe, a profound MoraSpiriter, is celebrating this year.