“Oh, even with her success, she can’t still get a husband”

By Dickson Chukwuemeka James

Judith was just a pretty young teenager of 17 years when she wrote her WAEC, the result came out bad as she failed two prerequisite Subjects. PEOPLE TALKED.. Ordinary WAEC, she failed. . Fortunately, she took it again and made both her JAMB AND WAEC, her cut off mark wasn’t up to Law she choosed […]

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STUDENTS REACT AS UNIVERSITY MANAGEMENT UNVEILS ‘DRESS CODE’ BILLBOARD

By Promise Eze   Students of Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto (UDUS) have reacted to the just recently unveiled billboards depicting the dress code approved and disapproved by the school management. Recall that for the past few weeks the school management alongside the security officials, commonly known as ‘baba blues’ had launched a serious crackdown on […]

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WHIM, TALENT AND DESTINY: PAGES OF A STUDENT’S  MEMOIR By Everest Udochukwu

I was seen as a brilliant student in primary and secondary school days, at least by all accounts and concrete evidence. I loved writing, so much that my notebooks became manuscripts. It was raw talent. It got to an extent that it made me averse to attending classes, doing domestic chores and funny enough, maintaining […]

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SHOULD WE BE WORRIED ABOUT THE TRADITION OF SPLASHING WATER ON GRADUATES?

Differing opinions on this widely accepted practice in Nigeria

Every student in Nigeria must have witnessed the tradition of drenching new graduates in all sorts of water immediately after their last examination. This goes side by side with the signing of autographs on white tops with markers of different colours, and a lot of singing and dancing. Is there any reason to be concerned […]

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PULLING THROUGH A BAD EXAMINATION ON CAMPUS

Never let a bad experience ruin your future; learn from it and move on already!

A few months ago a student came to me for help. In her words, “I took an exam a few days ago and it was horrible. I really read and prepared for it but the lecturer messed me up. He insisted that we showed our identity cards. Those of us that did not come with […]

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WHEN NATURE CALLS AT THE WORST POSSIBLE TIME EVER

You have to try and suppress it but don’t give up if you can’t

Being a private person I have made this incident my secret, but since it’s a Campus affair, I decided to share with the Campusduty readers. You are already wondering what this hot gist is about abi? Okay, here it is. Back in my undergrad days, in second year I had an examination for MCB 202. […]

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CAMPUS LIFE STORIES; EPISODE #2. By Victor Oduogu

The time to go was now in minutes. I sweated heavily in my lab coat perhaps more than a Christmas goat. Salts of different colours were everywhere. Chemicals, acids and bases of different concentrations balanced on tables. The Bunsen burner was on and glowing. It was my first year chemistry practical- CHM 171 exam. I […]

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“SHE THOUGHT I WAS A RITUALIST.” UNIPORT PROFESSOR SHARES HILARIOUS TRUE STORY

I just recalled a very fascinating experience in 2017 along Port Harcourt – Enugu road. I was struggling with sleep on steering and decided to pick someone to keep me company. I am scared of picking guys alone the road for security reasons. So I saw a lady who said she was going to Okigwe. […]

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‘THIS TEETH UNA MUST WASH AM,’ STUDENT NARRATES DENTAL CHECKUP EXPERIENCE

Caption the photo below! Oya,Let’s play… Tuesday was World teeth day abi what self. So, sensodyne collabo-ed with uniport dentistry department to help students check up their teeth. No na. This kian oshofree cannot pass me by. I was there with THE GANG. Patience Jack Adele Gudiez Love Clever Grace Chinemerem Lawrence Ibuaka Well, they […]

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