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Summing up Ibadan days in five adjectives… A casual conversation between ‘Kunle and Kanyinsola

Views: 460 This is an interview unlike any you’ve seen. Did we say an interview? No. Let’s call it a conversation — or shall we say a two-way interview — between ‘Kunle Adebajo and Kanyinsola Olorunnisola, authors of “The Road Before the Fourth Estate: A Guide to Becoming the Ultimate Campus Journalist” and former Co-columnists of The Courtroom, University of Ibadan. ...

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INVESTIGATION: THE UNHEARD PAINS AND GROANS OF SPECIAL STUDENTS IN THE UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN (Part 3 of 3)

Views: 64 HALEEM  OLATUNJI GES: COURSES FOR ALL, PROVISIONS FOR SOME In the University of Ibadan, GSP is an acronym for General Studies Programme. It is a unit which handles general courses, which must be offered by all students based on certain course units. But while every student must take the general studies (GES) courses, the Journalist found that provisions ...

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INVESTIGATION: THE UNHEARD PAINS AND GROANS OF SPECIAL STUDENTS IN THE UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN PART 1 OF 3

Views: 74 “Every person with a disability is an individual.” – Itzhak Perlman, legendary Israeli violinist and disability activist. Life at the University of Ibadan is a mesh of different strokes for different folks. For Taiwo, it can be said to be fun and easy, at least compared to some other ivory towers in the Nigerian space. He wakes in ...

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DEAR UI MANAGEMENT, REMOVE THESE CHAINS!!!

Views: 61 It was a sunny morning, at about 11am when I was in our office with three other colleagues. We were all buried in our individual but common thought which was centered on how and where we got it wrong. The struggle had taken a shocking and unexpected turn and we were all doing what one could call an ...

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