University students could once again be able to elect their student leaders directly if an amendment Bill by Embakasi East MP Babu Owino seeking to repeal the Universities (Amendment) Act is approved by Parliament. In his legislative proposal presented before the National Assembly Committee on Education, Owino who is the longest serving Students Organisation of […]

Delegates planning to attend this year’s Nairobi Innovation Week will be in for an exciting experience. The 2019 edition of the Nairobi Innovation Week (NIW) which will be held from June 10-14, 2019, comes with an elaborate programme including the first ever Ideation to Commercialisation Seminar and the Innovation Summit. “Delegates to the Nairobi Innovation […]

Cash-strapped local universities risk closure in future as technological advancements continue to make deep inroads in the education sector. Technology-driven university education will be as disruptive as the likes of Uber and Airbnb are in the transport and hospitality industries respectively. To stay afloat during the oncoming winds of educational delivery changes, universities and their […]

University of Eldoret, Egerton University and Kabianga University are some of the institutions the Auditor-General Edward Ouko raised concern on, over increasing debts. During his report, the auditor general said that these institutions have been unable to raise money left as debts by former students. This has raised a great concern that some public universities […]

By Jessica Nanjendo Pharmacy students at the United States International University took to the streets of Nairobi on Thursday, 28th March to demonstrate against the university’s poor management of the program among other grievances. Following those demonstrations, Vice Chancellor Paul Zeleza held a meeting between students and faculty on Saturday, 30th   in a bid to […]

Following the turn of events recently in the universities elections, where leaders are chosen by the delegates as opposed to the popular vote, complains have been launched accusing Embakasi East member of parliament Babu Owino for being the cause of it. Owino is said to be the cause of the new system after he forcefully […]

On Sunday history was made at the university of Nairobi when Ann Mwangi Mvurya was announced as the winner in the recently concluded UNSA elections, Mvurya  becomes the first female chairperson to lead UNSA formerly SONU, since its inception 50 years ago. Mvurya a third year law student at the university, is set to replace […]

After a week of heated campaigns, university of Nairobi students will today be going to the ballot to elect the next leaders of UNSA. The team which will comprise of seven members; the chairperson, the vice chair, ( who shall be of the opposite gender with the chairperson) secretary general, treasurer and three other members […]

Hip-hop music has proven to be the most popular genre of music over the past decade. The genre has successfully proven to be a hell source of motivation for young people in the underprivileged communities. This has helped changed people’s perspective on this genre of music — it’s not about spitting awful words faster over […]

Researchers at security firm UpGuard found that the user data, which had been harvested from Facebook by third-party app developers, was sitting without any password protection on public Amazon servers it had been uploaded to. That data included sensitive information like users’ friends, likes, music, photos, events, interests, and check-ins. UpGuard’s findings were first reported by […]

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