Deadline for News Writing Class Looms, Some Students Protest


Moses Balok, the President of the School of Languages, Literature and Communication (SLLC), is among Second Year journalism students who say setting deadlines for the News Writing course is unnecessary.

Tutors for News Reporting, Writing and Production I (JCO 2103) have set November 30 as deadline for receiving stories from students. The course is assessed progressively and each student is expected to publish a minimum of eight stories on an online news platform set up by the Department of Journalism and Communication.

Pressure As Writing Course Results Are Displayed


There is pressure among the Second Year journalism students following the display of ‘provisional’ results for the News Reporting, Writing and Production course unit.

The results that were displayed on 22nd November jolted students into action as many were yet to make the pass mark just two weeks to the end of the semester.

The Recent CHUSS Renovation Revives LR 6


The recent renovation of the Arts building has changed the look of some of the rooms therein. On entering Arts Lecture Room 6, one can see a new nice ceiling and a good learning environment.

Before the renovation, LR6 was occupied with damaged disorganized furniture, a damaged open ceiling with falling debris, and a destructive noise generated by the constructors.