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UI NEWS: WEEK 10

Views: 58   BB-LED ADMINISTRATION HONOURS ADEKUNLE ADEPEJU WITH A STATUE The Babatunde Badmus Uniting uites team has honoured the first Nigerian student Matyr, Adekunle Adepeju with a statue. The statue was placed in front of the Students’ Union Building also known as Adekunle Adepeju Building. This was the last project done by the administration and it officially opened after ...

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THE ‘PESTILENCE’ CALLED EBOLA

Views: 68 Few years ago in a Latin class, a lecturer was explaining to us the concept of Pestilential Morbid Contagion, the outbreak of such, if not properly checked, can make a society desolate in no time. Of course, Ebola is a morbid contagion but not yet pestilential. Human to human transmission is only achieved by physical contact with a ...

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THE PROBLEM WITH BEING SMART AND INTELLIGENT

Views: 75 THE PROBLEM WITH BEING SMART AND INTELLIGENT The problem with smart people is that they often think they know more than everyone else. Maybe they do, but that does not help them when they are trying to get others to buy whatever they are selling. One of the biggest challenges of always trying to be one step ahead ...

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THE SEARCH

Views: 61 (Dedicated to all who have tasted motherhood) I wandered off A search for truth and light To the place where the river of truth flushes lies I found it bathing in the middle of the river It was priceless as the kadulup It shines brighter than the Sirius As tender as the limbs of an immature spinach Yet ...

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INCREASING THEFT CASES: A CALL FOR CONCERN

Views: 57 The recent increase in theft and other social vices on campus has brought to the fore the issue of insecurity on campus. It is quite pathetic that people no longer sleep with their two eyes closed, students no longer feel secure even in their rooms. The past months were indeed sad for Mellanby and Tedder Hall, as several ...

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