UNILAG seeks police intervention in tackling sexual harassment saga
The management of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) has threatened to involve the police to compel Miss Joy Nwanna, the victim in the alleged case of sexual harassment involving one of its lecturers to appear before the investigation committee and substantiate her allegations.
When UNILAG gathered eggheads for Prof. JP Clark
From July 11 to14, 2018, the University of Lagos hosted the maiden edition of John Pepper Clark International Conference. It had as theme, Connecting the Local and Global Across Literary Genres. Before the conference, there was considerable excitement, both within University of Lagos and the wider literary community, at the prospect of hosting such an…
‘Nigeria operating adulterated democracy’
A Mass Communication don from University of Lagos (UNILAG), Professor Ralph Akinfeleye, has joined those calling for urgent restructuring of Nigeria to true federalism before it is late.The don also said the media, as the ‘watchdog’ has a great role to play to drive the goal.
UNILAG probes lecturer over sexual harassment
University of Lagos (UNILAG) has set up a fact-finding panel to investigate the allegation of sexual harassment involving a lecturer in the institution as published in various social media platforms.
Stakeholders proffer ways to make teaching profession attractive
As part of strategy to enhance growth and development across the nation, stakeholders in the education sector have proffered solutions on how to attract the best brain into the teaching profession. They spoke at the flag-off of the 2018 Maltina Teacher of the Year (MTOY) in Lagos, an initiative of Nigerian Breweries Plc-Felix Ohiwerei Education…
Balancing rhetoric and action in varsity funding
Their eyes, lit with excitement, they sat still waiting to be unleashed into the larger society. Their gowns – all blue – danced gently to the rhythmic breeze. Once in a while, they gathered together the flowing gown.
UNILAG alumni unveil shopping complex, to build 500-bed hostels
As part of efforts to meet the infrastructural needs at the University of Lagos, its alumni association has inaugurated the newly renovated shopping complex in the institution’s premises.
Nigerian intelligentsia endangered species, says Babalakin
The Pro-Chancellor and Chairman, Governing Council, the University of Lagos (UNILAG), Dr. Wale Babalakin (SAN), has described the Nigerian Intelligentsia as “an endangered species.”
UNILAG produces first set of graduates in Chinese language
The University of Lagos (UNILAG) has produced its first set of graduates in the Chinese language.