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Thursday, February 20, 2020

2019-2020 first trimester’s noteworthy occurrences

The first trimester of the academic year 2019/2020, is near its completion but don’t be out of sorts just yet! This recap will help fill you in on the three pivotal happenings of this trimester.

A skint trip to Gisenyi

Gisenyi is one of the most popular places in Rwanda, because it has the only beach of Lake Kivu and because it is where Rwanda shares a border with the Democratic Republic of Congo, reason for the high exchange of commodities between the countries’ inhabitants.

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Juggling studies and elite sports

Basketball is one of the most popular sports in Rwanda. Previously foreign players were the most celebrated basketball stars in the country, but this...

Samuel Niyomugabo proves that disability is not inability

"People are always mistaken about us. We can do tasks just as other people do,”

Wi-fi shortage in Huye campus

Students complain about problems with internet.

Women soccer team decries facilitation

Women soccer team complains about lack of facilitation.

Rwandan envoy thanks Swedish volunteers for contribution

More than 20 journalists were awarded certificates for their contribution at ceremony at Rwandan embassy.

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Juggling studies and elite sports

Basketball is one of the most popular sports in Rwanda. Previously foreign players were the most celebrated basketball stars in the country, but this...

Samuel Niyomugabo proves that disability is not inability

"People are always mistaken about us. We can do tasks just as other people do,”

Wi-fi shortage in Huye campus

Students complain about problems with internet.

Reflecting on university: hard work required for success

I am about to begin my third year at SJC. And I can tell the university is not the destination we had in our minds in high school.

Women soccer team decries facilitation

Women soccer team complains about lack of facilitation.

Rwandan envoy thanks Swedish volunteers for contribution

More than 20 journalists were awarded certificates for their contribution at ceremony at Rwandan embassy.

UR-Gikondo students weigh in on proposed relocation

A while back students at University of Rwanda-Gikondo campus were informed about a planned relocation of the undergraduate students to other campuses, especially the...

Faux Fashions

Fashion is often seen as a personal expression. What we wear, how we wear it and where we wear it gives us identity and...

Uzuri K and Y, the brainchild of former UR students

"If there are footprints on the moon then the sky cannot be the limit."

Isheja reflects on her UR days,says hard work pays

Sandrine Isheja is one of Rwanda’s leading female journalists in Rwanda who has been in the profession for more than Seven years. In an interview...

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