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UCJUI@30: WHY IT IS WORTH CELEBRATING

Views: 70 “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead After 30 years, she can look back and say yes! These set of people passed through me and they are impacting the world from their various sectors; yet the legacy is still on ...

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UPDATED: UI CENTRALISES CLEARANCE FOR GRADUATING STUDENTS

Views: 76 “This is a progressive development…I commend the Management on this” – Onifade Bello, Speaker, SRC The University of Ibadan has centralised the procedure for clearance of students graduating in the 2015/2016 academic session. This is contained in an internal memorandum dated 15th of December, 2016 signed by the Deputy Registrar (Students), Dr. F.I Etadon to the various unit ...

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TALES FROM THE DUMMY FACTORY

Views: 75 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 ...

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The Trials of Sabo and the Unaccountable Kobo

Views: 64 A SATIRE—- ANY RESEMBLANCE TO ANYONE DEAD OR ALIVE IS A MIRACLE. ALL INCIDENTS, YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW ARE STRICTLY FICTIONAL, AND PERHAPS, A PROPHETIC COINCIDENCE! PRELUDE [Soft tune of Sabali by Nas and Damian Marley playing in the background] Sabali, Sabali, Sabali, yonkonte Sabali,, Sabali, Sabali kiye Ni kera mogo   Hun we born not knowing, are ...

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DOWNLOAD: THE HEARTBEAT e-TABLOID

Views: 66 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 ...

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