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KUNLE ADEPEJU MEMORIAL: A NEEDED EXERCISE?

Views: 57   YES, IT IS    A people without the knowledge of their history…are like a tree without roots – Marcus Garvey My Lords, it is the beginning of another beautiful installment in The Courtroom series. It is obvious that we would not have got this far without your inestimable support and grace, for that we thank you for granting ...

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​IVORY HONOURS 2016: AN ACCEPTABLE CONCEPT?

Views: 86 WHY NOT? “A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new” – Albert Einstein As the latest victim of inexplicable public hate, the released list of nominees for the year’s Ivory Honours event has been hit by a firestorm of controversies. Just like the martyr, Stephen, stones of abuse have been hurled at the organisers and ...

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STRIKE: A PANACEA TO THE PROBLEMS OF THE NATION’S EDUCATIONAL SECTOR?

Views: 61 ​ CASE BACKGROUND: With the famed Jaw War around the corner, the scribes of The Courtroom have decided to begin a non-chronological series of tackling topics released for this year’s edition of the popular campus-wide debating contest. Keeping in the spirit of Jaw War, this installation will keep you warmed up for the all-important speaking tournament. This week, we ...

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BETTER APPROACH TO UNIONISM: INTELLECTUALISM OR RADICALISM?

Views: 37 INTELLECTUALISM ALL THE WAY! My father used to say, ‘Don’t raise your voice. Improve your argument’ ~ Archbishop Desmond Tutu Last week, the canvas of history received a new stroke as students of the university ushered in a new crop of individuals to pilot their union. A new stroke because it would mark the first time ‘a noble ...

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