All Posts By Kasuni Wanninayake

Professional Development

An Insight to Big Data – Data Storm 1.0

As written by Rtr. Kavishka Gunaratne, Sometimes in life, when you run into an issue that might cost you a good deal or a doubt on whether...

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International Service

Ceylon Safari 2019 – An Expedition around the Pearl

As written by Rtr. Kasuni Ranushika “Travel leaves you speechless, but makes you a storyteller” – Ibn Battuta Fifteen days of...

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Community Service

Wanakkam – A moment of harmony

As written by Rtr. Uthayamalini Arudselvam, “Wanakkam”, a joint project undertaken by Rotaract Club of University of Moratuwa and...

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Club Service

A Fright Night

As written by Rtr. Ishaaq Ahamed, “When witches go riding and when black cats are seen, the moon laughs and whispers ‘tis near...

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Club Service

Open Day 2019 – A New Beginning

As written by Rtr. Jayami Alwis, Rotaract Club of University of Moratuwa is one of the biggest and popular clubs in the district. As there...

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Professional Development

Unleashing the Entrepreneur within you – YouthBiz

As written by Rtr. Nisuri Munasinghe, “Your time is limited. So don’t waste it living someone else’s life” – Steve Jobs...

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Professional Development

Embedding your brand with uniqueness – The Image

As written by Rtr. Mohammed Amir What is self-branding? Once Oscar Wilde stated that “Be yourself, everyone else is taken” and that’s...

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Environment

Clean beach – Clean heart

As written by Rtr. Nisuri Munasinghe, “Be part of the solution, not the pollution.” Sri Lanka has been blessed with some of the most...

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Featured

Reading maketh a full man

As written by Rtr. Ishaaq Ahamed “The man who never reads lives only once” – George RR Martin Somewhere in the State of...

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Featured

Walking to Yourself

As written by Rtr. Hasindri Watawana We as humans live for our dreams. We breathe our hopes. Every human starts dreaming as a child, and as...

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