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Seen the #tag #ifikiewazazi? it’s the latest attempt launched by the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) to deter students from causing ‘trouble’. Through their official Twitter account, the department warned all students from all levels of learning against involvement in any form of crime while in school saying; “This is to warn every student from […]

Egerton University is facing a financial crisis after the Commissioner for Cooperative Development froze its bank accounts over workers’ deduction arrears. According to The Standard, the bank accounts were frozen a week ago owing to a debt amounting to Sh246 million. The Commissioner for Cooperative Development, Mrs Mary Mungai stated that the University had not […]

IEEE Kenya Section Welcomes all to the IEEE Kenya 2018 Symposium. The theme of the symposium is: “Advancing Technology for a Better Tomorrow” The symposium will engage participants both in dialogue and practicality about the importance of involving technology in this era. Over 200 participants from the Tech and engineering fields will come together for […]

Strathmore University and Fusion Capital have signed an MOU that will see 4th-year finalists who meet the internship criteria go through the Fusion Internship Program. Fusion Capital is a Real Estate Developer and Private Equity Firm with a presence in Nairobi, Kigali, Kampala and Dar es Salaam The agreement will also provide for other areas […]

In 2017, Chun-Li rapper Nicki Minaj took the initiative to recognize determined young students by granting them the opportunity to win full scholarships through her “Student Of The Game” project. The project would pay up to $18,000 to the winners she personally selected. The announcement of the winners was long overdue and was to be announced on June 11, […]

The Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) is facing a cash crunch, which has led to salary delays and disruption of services, for the last three months. Following the development, the university has developed a new format in paying its workers’ salaries as it struggles financially, which has seen net salaries paid to workers in […]

Every year, KUSA (Kenyatta University Students Association) awards exemplary students as a way of appreciating their effort in making both the university and the field they are involved in a success. In this year’s KUSA Awards 2018, voting has been moved to accommodate all students from wherever they are by making it possible to vote […]

In case you hadn’t heard, Drake released his fifth album Scorpion on 29 June. The record features 25 songs including the No.1 singles “God’s Plan” and “Nice For What”. Drake wrote his own “Editor’s Notes” for Apple Music, which say: “I hate when Drake raps. Drake sings too much. Drake is a pop artist. Drake doesn’t even write his own songs. “Drake took […]

The High Court has quashed the decision by Kisii University to close its campus in Kisumu. Judge Fred Ochieng’ faulted the university council’s decision to give the more than 1,600 students one day to transfer to the main campus. The university shut its Kisumu campus last month in a memo posted at the institution’s notice […]

Presbyterian University of East Africa (PUEA) has defended its decision to continue recruiting new students although its licence was revoked in January this year. In a report to the CS, the Commission for University Education (CUE) recommended that the letter of interim authority awarded to the university in 2007 be revoked, citing unpaid arrears on […]

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