Should you do a whole week’s plan, monthly plans or daily plans? I’ve been doing a whole week plan. This means that I would put in place all the activities that I would engage myself in and in specific times within the day — in other words, I’ve been making my goals S.M.A.R.T — Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, […]

Fire fighters frantically fought to put out a fire which engulfed hostel six at the University of Kabianga (UoK). The fire whose cause is yet to be established was sparked off at 9pm on Saturday in one of the rooms at the top floor of the four storey building. The hostel which hosts at least […]

The guy in a blazer in the above picture is Evans Njoroge… he was killed by a bullet to the head yesterday. Njoroge, the Meru University Student Association Secretary-General, was allegedly chased down by police who later shot him dead in a farm during demonstrations held by students yesterday protesting against high school fees and […]

Here’s a question some of us have…are there consequences to graduating with an engineering degree from a university that isn’t recognized by the Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK)? and if there are, how come unaccredited universities are still able to admit students? EBK has released a list of universities it recognizes as training schools for […]

My heart has sunk! I have seen some of my friends post scary, gory photos of a young man at Egerton University, who stabbed his girlfriend before stabbing himself and it has disturbed me the whole day! They are both dead, their dreams, those of their parents and the society are Over. When I was […]

A student at Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University has been stabbed to death after a DJ competition at Dala-wa club turned chaotic. The third-year student, Steve Owino Otombo was pronounced dead on arrival at Bondo Sub County hospital. Bondo deputy county commissioner Richard Ojwang said the competition turned chaotic when the losing party felt aggrieved. Ojwang […]

On Tuesday last week, election of student leaders at Moi University in Eldoret took place. Unlike the past elections where every vote counted, this time around it was only 34 delegates from the institution that converged at the main campus to elect the new leadership. Thanks to the Universities Act 2016, which provides for the […]

Acting Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i has revoked the operating license of Presbyterian University of East Africa. Dr. Matiang’i has directed the Commission for University Education (CUE) to start the process of winding up the University in line with the provisions of the Universities Act and Universities regulations. The decision follows the recommendations made by […]

Following the Webometrics transparent ranking report (ranking top universities by Google Scholar Citations: link ) that was released during the period of late December 2017, the University of Nairobi was ranked position 996 globally and 8 in Africa. It was also the leading institution in East and Central Africa with 53,007 citations from previous […]

The team that will represent North Eastern in the Chapa Dimba Na Safaricom national final will be decided this weekend. Garissa University will host the fourth regional final of the youth tournament which aims at scouting for talent, developing grassroots football, and ultimately propelling gifted players to the national team. Four boys teams will take […]

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