However, many of young, aspiring and energetic music artistes are quite in a fix about how to keep their music career going, even while still in school and keeping up with their academic work
On Wednesday the reselection process got underway amidst the presence of men of the DSS fully guarded and ready for combat
The unending allegations of sexual assualt against students in the Nigerian universities by lecturers and even students seem to be like a pandemic with no end in sight.
Formerly known as the Arts Theatre until 2018 when it was renamed after Nobel laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka, who was the first African head of the department founded in 1963
The project, a 7,00sqm retail and entertainment space is conceptualised to provide a shopping and entertainment destination for the students and residents living in and around the university community. Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ibadan, Prof. Abel Olayinka, who spoke at the groundbreaking ceremony, said the project was designed to make the premier university less dependent on public funding.
Feeding habits of University students and ways out
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After Tuesday’s interaction, it is expected that the 18 will be pruned down to six candidates that will be interviewed by the Senate selection board on Wednesday.
In another petition, entitled “Re- Petition against the Election of Senate Representatives on the Selection Board held on 21 September, 2020: Objection to the Emergency Senate Meeting Scheduled for Thursday, 8 October, 2020”, Dasylva alleged that Olayinka, who is also the Chairman of Senate, has already shown evidence of bias and prejudice to support Adebowale as the next Vice Chancellor of the institution.
Also speaking with journalists, the Provost of University of Ibadan’s College of Medicine, Professor Olayinka Omigbodun, expressed joy over the resolution reached. She said, ”for many years, we had difficulties running the centre. Note that the University is known for education, research and other academic works”.