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“Quality of education should not be excuse for students”

Fiona Muthoni was the second Editor-In-Chief in 2016-2018. She is currently working as an anchor and producer at CNBC Africa and a contributor to...

Important coronavirus terms explained

COVID-19 pandemic has claimed over 85,000 lives globally with over 1.4 million confirmed cases in 196 countries and territories as of April 10th, according...

Suggested ways to commemorate from home

The National Commission against Genocide had announced that the 26th commemoration of the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi will proceed but with some changes...

How far with efforts to discover COVID-19 vaccine?

All hopes are being pinned on developing a vaccine against a virus that is bringing the world almost to a standstill. The coronavirus pandemic has...

Internet charges waived for students amidst COVID-19 lockdown

Internet has been made free for students to be able to access online resources that are available to facilitate the students to go on...

Students skeptical about E-learning amidst Coronavirus pandemic

In the beginning of this week, when every institution was issuing communiqués about their new measures in their working way to combat Coronavirus, a...

UR- Law students win national competition

University of Rwanda Law students won as the best team amongst all Law schools in Rwanda. The annual competition took place at The University’s headquarters at Gikondo, Kicukiro and at the Supreme Court on Thursday 20th February 2020. 

University life through the eyes of students

Students are at the center of the varsity and their body comprises of young adults from all walks of life and varying backgrounds walking the campus grounds, with hopes of a better future hugged tight to their bosoms. The aspirations of each student are intricately woven into every lesson, activity, and decision made while at the university par for the course no one story applies to any two students.

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.

Huye Campus students complain about restaurants

This is a call to local authorities who ought to ensure that restaurants meet up with the minimum standards for safe food provision.