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Thirty Miles; Celebrating UCJ at 30

As the Union of Campus Journalists, University of Ibadan, commemorates 30 years of championing freedom by the pen, it has finally released the much anticipated e-comic; thirty miles. Thirty miles is a creation of Jummah Mujeeb, a penultimate student of the department of Arts and Social Sciences Education, University of Ibadan. The comic portrays the life of campus journalists from ...

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TALES FROM THE DUMMY FACTORY

A SATIRE—- CAUTION: Dummy Factory is a fictitious place in sub-saharan Africa. It is located East of Skileshi, North of Limpopo and West of Skelemba. All the characters are also very fictional. However, there are few ones that seem to be real, ignore them, they are the works of an unfulfilled prophecy – T.B Joshua at work!. PRELUDE [Soft tune ...

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DOWNLOAD: THE HEARTBEAT e-TABLOID

EDITORIAL: POMPEII CRUMBLES! CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD The culture of magazine publications on campus has been a robust one. In the University of Ibadan, it cuts across every organization; receiving sound contributions from student writers. Literary consciousness permeates the whole campus, with every organizations spicing up its events by churning out publications. However, too many hands have spoiled the broth ...

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KARIBU: A WELCOME ADDRESS TO ALL PRESSMEN

I am very glad to welcome all students back on campus, most especially, the occupants of the 4th Estate. It is no doubt that we merited the just concluded break after working very hard and I am particularly happy that despite all the challenges we faced together as a people, our results were still impressive according to the Vice Chancellor’s ...

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