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UISU ELECTION: A MAZE OF EVENTS?

Views: 37 WHERE ARE WE GOING? “If you’re not confused, you’re not paying attention.” ― Tom Peters, Thriving on Chaos Good day, my Lords. Let me start by felicitating with His Royal Highness, Amirul Mumineen Muhammadu Sa’ad Abubakar IV, the Sultan of Sokoto, on his approval as the Chancellor of the University of Ibadan. It feels good to finally have ...

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KUNLE ADEPEJU MEMORIAL DAY: TO BE OR NOT TO BE?

Views: 62 KUNLE ADEPEJU MEMORIAL DAY: TO BE OR NOT TO BE? Tears shouldn’t stop us from seeing… “DON’T KNOW WHAT THAT IS”. “Like brunette.” “THAT’S DARK, ISN’T IT?” “Not altogether. Facially, I am brunette, but, madam, you should see The rest of me… – WOLE SOYINKA, Telephone Conversation First of all, I congratulate the new lords in our midst ...

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UI-SU PRESIDENT SHOULD BE IMPEACHED!

Views: 26 UI-SU PRESIDENT SHOULD BE IMPEACHED! Who are we still waiting for? “Is there anything in the world sadder than a train standing in the rain?” – Pablo Neruda, Book of Questions Permit me to welcome you to a new session, my lords. And I will also like to welcome the fresh lords amongst us to this citadel of ...

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DWINDLING ENTHUSIASM IN LEARNING:WHOSE FAULT?

Views: 29 THE STUDENTS’ OF COURSE “EDUCATION IS A PROGRESSIVE REALIZATION OF ONE’S IGNORANCE”- KUNLE GEORGE ADEBAYO (PRESIDENT, INSIGHTT ORG.) I welcome everyone to this great week. Last week was exciting, many, especially some members of PSAN (poor students association of Nigeria) UI chapter, had their prayers answered in the form of the convocation/ 66th anniversary celebrations. If you are ...

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CYBER SPACE: FREEDOM OR CENSORSHIP?

Views: 31 IT IS EITHER FREE OR NOT! “A MAN IS EITHER FREE OR HE IS NOT. THERE CANNOT BE ANY APPRENTICESHIP FOR FREEDOM.”- Imamu Amiri Baraka (1934 -2013) (U.S. author, editor, playwright, and political activist) Dear reader, we apologise for our inability to publish this column last week. It is to ensure a better court process, improved hearings and ...

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