Monday, March 18, 2019
With the Weavers: I trudged in hotfoot back to my room, my shoes were ready now and all I had to do was wear them and vamoose. As I tied the shoelace I thought of what could be happening at...
Dr Ogenetega Ighedo started her PhD programme as a wife and motherDr Oghenetega Ighedo of the Department of Mathematical Sciences has become the first black woman to receive a PhD in Pure Mathematics at the University of South Africa...
Ten year-old Maths whizkid, Esther Okade, has joined the league of Nigerians in the Diaspora making waves in the academic world. Esther has made a mark as possibly the UK’s brightest kid and youngest undergraduate after securing admission into...

Campus Vibes

Introducing Campus Vibes This is a segment of our Titbits category and it is designed to keep you abreast of happenings on major campuses and issues affecting students and youths worldwide. It will be anchored by our Youth Editor, Jude Uchella. Enjoy.  
By Jude Uchella:   The hostel: Slowly, I walked through the dark passage, with eyes strained to follow the path. my nostrils agitated at the insurgence of putrid smell, more dangerous a weapon than fart. I was shocked when I saw smiles of elated faces, dancing to the lyrics of smelling faeces. I saw...
  Nigerian PhD student Dickson Ndukwe Agbai has emerged as the best student with the highest grades for a doctorate in bio-fuels during the recent graduation ceremony at Newcastle University in the United Kingdom. Highlights: Dr Agbai, who hails from Abia State was...
By Jude Uchella. Highlights: - MTN donated a Connect Library to the University of Lagos in 2005 - The place no longer serves its function - This dormant state is owing to poor maintenance - MTN wants the facility given to another university   The issue It's...
Prologue: What motivates people to embark on study trips outside their home countries - search for higher standard, better facilities, need to brighten career prospects or sheer adventure? For Yemi Ogunnubi, a senior Editor/Producer with the Voice of Nigeria, it...
  By Femi Arowoshola. Prologue: An unbiased survey of the Nigerian polity would show that Nigerians want the best, but do they give their best? It would reveal that the majority blames the government for our problems. However, everyone is to blame, everyone...
By Nicholas Ekata: Well I can't claim I wasn't aware since it was all explained by my biology teacher about a month before; however I can say I did not prepare for this. We're halfway up and my legs are...