IN THE CASE OF UTAG It is sad and a scandalous feeling to hear or read the news portal with a caption” UTAG DECLARES A NATION WIDE INDEFINITE STRIKE” which is just to show solidarity against an order by a competent court of jurisdiction. BACKGROUND On the 14th of July, 2017 The Winneba high court
The National Science and Maths Quiz has been able to capture the hearts of Ghanaians, in the way and manner only the Black Stars were able to, and I would like us to think and reflect on these issues suitable for this moment before the fire dies out. So having been on campus when the
Maths classes should be held in the morning because pupils are better at concentrating before lunch time, a study has found. Meanwhile, youngsters will improve at history if they have lessons in the afternoon, according to a decade long study by academics at Royal Holloway, University of London. Researchers found children are better at repetitive
I never heard of Professor Ernest Aryeetey until my final year in Senior High School. Ask me how, I was informed that he was the brain behind a meal plan to be implemented at the University at that time. I vividly recall how many of us chided this learned man who had passed our level
In less than a week, the University of Ghana has recorded two violent student-clashes. As it stands, the biggest security threats facing the University isn’t one of external violence or invasion but the acts of some violent and unscrupulous people of the university community. The issue of security on campus is worrying, one which the
The University of Cambridge has dropped out of the top three global universities for the first time in over a decade, the annual QS World University Rankings have revealed. According to the list, the elite institution is the highest ranked in the UK, but has fallen from third place to fourth – its lowest ranking
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