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21 Aug 2016
The Nigeria Medical Student Association (NIMSA), recently organised a one-week training for student leaders across Nigerian universities. Tagged, Project Pulse, the programme aimed at training and equipping undergraduates on safety...
7 Aug 2016
In his address, the VC, Prof. F.F.O Orumwense, represented by the deputy VC Academics, Prof. Abiodun Falodun stated that apart from capacity building, training and others, the fair would help strengthen collaborations between the school and German universities.
7 Aug 2016
Dr. Oluwafunmi Obayori, Dean of Students’Affairs (DSA), Lagos State University (LASU), Ojo, has shed more light on the suspension of the three students who allegedly attempted to abduct the school’s Students’ Union Government (SUG) president, Tayo Sekoni.
31 Jul 2016
As the society, including campuses, are becoming complex and people changing some of the old ways they do things, it would be laughable to still hold on to conventions, while still expecting to have an impactful life.
31 Jul 2016
The Veterinary Council of Nigeria (VCN), yesterday, administered Veterinary Oath to Veterinary Medicine graduates of Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike (MOUAU), Abia State.
31 Jul 2016
Eighteen Nigerian students who have qualified to attend the United World Colleges (UWC) programme by September 2016 have been charged to change the negative narratives the west have about the country.
10 Jul 2016
Are you a good mixer, someone whose presence could easily be felt when he/she is not around? Do you have the charm to convince people of both sex, even those you are meeting for the first time, to do your bidding....
10 Jul 2016
All hopes for Kogi State University students dim each day, as the strike embarked on by the school’s lecturers deepen with parties involved not ready to shift ground.
10 Jul 2016
Two academic staff of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (AAUA) has won grants from the world-acclaimed Alexander von Humboldt Foundation of Germany (AVHF) and the International Foundation for Science, Sweden (IFS).
3 Jul 2016
A Canada-based organisation, Indigo Ink Art Studio, USA, has enjoined Nigerian students to apply their latent potentials for self-reliance and national development.
3 Jul 2016
It’s disgusting to hear students say they are involved in a particular crime for lack of what to do to earn money, or because their parents are poor and cannot adequately provide for them.
3 Jul 2016
The Centre for Basic Space Science (CBSS), Nsukka, has launched a unique environmental monitoring station, which is expected to greatly facilitate research, and save Nigeria millions in foreign exchange.

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