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Man, 80, graduate from LASU with second class upper

Posted on June 19, 2012 at 4:46am 0 Comments

Octogenarian, Pa Amodu Alimi arguably became the oldest graduate of Lagos State University(LASU), last Thursday, June 13, at the university 17th convocation where he emerged second class upper in Sociology study.

Pa Alimi during his undergraduate days was nicknamed “youngest student”. Pa Alimi said his enrollment for first degree was in fulfillment of is academic passing which he was denied during his youthful days”.

He revealed to our correspondent that he sets his eyes… Continue

Students' Union commemorate freedom icons

Posted on June 19, 2012 at 4:43am 0 Comments

The Lagos State University Students' Union (LASUSU) in bid to honour Lt. Chief M.K.O Abiola and Lt. Comrade Tunde Salau, a programme tagged: “Freedom Icons: Celebrating Chief M.K.O. Abiola and Tunde Salau” featuring two topics which are “Democracy in Nigeria and impact of June 12” and “The legend of Tunde Salau” was held to meet with the demand of the community and in respect of the national calendar.

Just twelve days after the University Senate reinstated the Students' Union… Continue

Muslim community blames anti-terrorism bill

Posted on June 19, 2012 at 4:36am 0 Comments

The Lagos State University Muslims Community (LASUMC), yesterday, Sunday, June 17, held an annual symposium with the theme: “Islam and Global Peace” to create solid orientation regards the misconception of Boko Haram and Islamic religion.

Meanwhile, two germane topics were discussed; “Nigeria War on Terror: between National security and Human Right” and “Islam between Revivalism and Radicalism ”delivered by Dr. Abdul Hafeez Oladosu, Arabic and Islamic studies, University of Ibadan… Continue

The agonies of student's untimely death.

Posted on June 3, 2012 at 5:12am 0 Comments

Protection of lives of Nigeria students on campus is becoming not guaranteed as it was purported that Vice Chancellor's directives lead to students untimely demise. OLASUNKANMI AROWOLO writes students' reactions.

It was with tears and sorrow rolling down my cheek on Monday, May 9, as I remember when i met her at Faculty of Social Sciences entrance languishing in ​pains. I took her to medical center hoping I will still have time to introduce myself to her because we have never… Continue

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