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Part 1: “There is no magic wand in education. It will take time to...

Dr. Charles Murigande, former Minister of Education and Deputy Vice Chancellor in charge of Institutional Advancement at the University of Rwanda retired on May...

How to access UR online library from anywhere

Initially, the library would only be accessed on UR premises across the country. Now that students study and do their research from their homes, the library was made accessible from anywhere. 

A Letter to My Little Brother

Dear Carmel, I have had the idea to write to you since last week. Finally, it has now dawned on me; and I feel I...

Life in COVID-19 lock down

It’s been a week now since Rwanda confirmed its first case of the COVID-19. In an attempt to contain the virus, the government had...

Make COVID-19 extra break fruitful

University is not just a place to study, meet people, hit books and get the degree. I mean, that’s understandably the main reason that...

COVID-19: Businesses suffer due to closure of UR- Huye campus

There are several businesses near the campus that have students as their target customers. From restaurants to barber shops, The Kaminuza Star took a peek on how businesses are being affected by the campus’ shut down.

Huye: On the first Sunday after Rwanda confirmed coronavirus

When Rwanda declared extraordinary times, after recording the first coronavirus case, I wondered what Huye town would look like. The next morning, I went out to see.

University of Rwanda should strengthen Career Guidance Services to students

Students shared their thoughts on how best career guidance can be delivered to them. It was later realized that most UR students do not know what career guidance is and what’s for them in it.

UR Goal Ball team requests support

The University of Rwanda, Huye campus is home to all forms of sports and has consistently been able to generate talents that have stepped...

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.