Prof Olanrewaju Fagboun (SAN): A unique administrator, law teacher
Since the promulgation of the law, which established Lagos State University in 1983 and its consequent inception in 1984, the University has experienced the appointment of various persons
LASU ranks among first 600 varsities in the world
The latest Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Ranking for 2020 has been released and the Lagos State University (LASU) has been ranked among the first 600 universities globally.
Lagosians worry over impact of curfew on livelihood
Residents expressed concerns over the impact the impending curfew would have on their livelihood and economy, with many worried that easing the lockdown could exacerbate the spread of the pandemic.
‘Nigeria needs post-COVID-19 fiscal discipline’
Professor of Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management, Lagos State University (LASU), Yunus Dauda, has said Nigeria needs to engage in effective fiscal discipline and shun corruption if the country must survive oil crash impact.
‘Campus radio must be socially-responsible’
As more campus radio stations continue to spring up in the country, a professor of journalism and mass communication, Ralph Akinfeleye, has insisted that campus radio must not be a PR tool
Students disagree over online learning option
Since the closure of schools in Nigeria due to the outbreak of the Corona Virus pandemic, government and some stakeholders have advocated a switch to online learning.
Law club tasks government, religious leaders, others on covid-19 challenge
The Constitutional Law Club (CLC) of the Lagos State University (LASU) has called for a joint effort of government at highest levels, religious leaders, community leaders, private sectors
LASU graduates 76 First Class at convocation
The Lagos State University, Ojo, will graduate a total of 9,032 students at its 24th convocation, among which are 76 in the first-class category, which cuts across various faculties.