Despite the small size of the campus, I think DWU has collectively strived to complete higher education learning with the changes in gobal technology. Buildings have also sprung up from places which were once open spaces and students given laptops for personal learning. However, one of the most important things i think most former students would agree on, is the 'Diwai Spirit' - a common bond of lifelong friendships, luksave long save pes and comraderie. Okay gees, i feel like Im writing a public relations script here so i'll stop now and put up some photos of the DWU campus in Madang now.
For those of you who have not visited the school during the last few years, here are some latest buildings and offices....
Global Travel which is responsible for all airline ticketing and bookings for DWU staff and students
The famous pikus tree next near the library
The front of the DWU library
The new DWU school bus
The student servcies office which is now next the admin building
The front of the admin building
The road leading to the main gate. On the right side is the Library building.
The Flexible Learning Centre
The Postgraduate and Research Centre
The new Bell Tower next to the chapel
The Physiotheraphy Research and Rehabilitation centre