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  • Six Ways To Make Money As A Student In The Universities
    Six Ways To Make Money As A Student In The Universities

    Are you a student tired of demanding for money from home? Do you want to make legit money while you are still schooling and you don’t know how to go about it? Do you want to save yourself from the embarrassment of been fed by your parents even after school graduation? If your answer is […]

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  • Facebook Founder, Mark Zuckerberg Finally gets his Harvard Degree
    Facebook Founder, Mark Zuckerberg Finally gets his Harvard Degree

    Thirteen years after dropping out of Harvard University to work on Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday finally got his degree — well, sort of. Zuckerberg returned to the university where he launched what would become the world’s biggest social network, and basked in the spotlight by receiving an honorary doctor of laws degree and addressing […]

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  • PrepClass Receives $322,000 Grant from the GSMA Ecosystem Accelerator Innovation fund
    PrepClass Receives $322,000 Grant from the GSMA Ecosystem Accelerator Innovation fund

    Following its recent selection for the GSMA Ecosystem Accelerator Innovation Fund, Nigerian online academic solution provider, PrepClass has been awarded a grant of £250,000 (which is equivalent to $322,000). The grant provided by GSMA is often within the range of £100,000 to £250,000 (depending on meeting certain requirements) and, as the only startup selected from […]

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  • This Two Corona Students Raised N1.7m for School Toilet
    This Two Corona Students Raised N1.7m for School Toilet

    IT was a joyous timeat Adie-Owe Community High School, Agbara, Ogun State, as a facility comprising six toilets was constructed and donated by Samantha Chiazor and Aisha Mohammed, senior secondary school students of Corona Secondary School, Agbara. The project which cost N1.7 million was an initiative of Chiazor and supported by Mohammed. The project was […]

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  • Olajumoke Orisaguna Resumes School At Poise Academy Nigeria
    Olajumoke Orisaguna Resumes School At Poise Academy Nigeria

    Olajumoke Orisaguna, the Osun State-born bread seller turned super model, has finally returned to school. This, we learnt, is the reason why she has been silent lately and has not been in the news. Olajumoke is now a student of Poise Academy Nigeria, an adult school located in Lekki, Lagos. The mother of two is […]

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  • Meet the 2 Harvard Students Revolutionizing How People Make Their Chores, and it’s been a Huge Success
    Meet the 2 Harvard Students Revolutionizing How People Make Their Chores, and it’s been a Huge Success

    While they attended Harvard Business School, Marcela Sapone and Jessica Beck inadvertently came up with a startup idea thanks to their messy apartments. The two women hired someone off of Craigslist to come do their laundry and buy their groceries weekly, and then they split the cost. The woman they hired, Jenny, came to their apartments […]

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  • Kongi@80: UNILAG Celebrate Soyinka’s 80th Birthday with Art Exhibition
    Kongi@80: UNILAG Celebrate Soyinka’s 80th Birthday with Art Exhibition

    The 80th birthday of the nobel  prize for literature laureate have been greeted with celebrations, awards, seminars, symposiums and encomium from all parts of the world. We at the University of Lagos are not left out. Under the auspice of the Soyinka International Conference, “Calibrating Kongi at 80: The Art Exhibition, curated by Peju Layiwola […]

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  • How To Start a Career as a Fresh Graduate – A Must Read
    How To Start a Career as a Fresh Graduate – A Must Read

    I came across this, and thought it worth sharing. This recent piece, written by Todd Hirsch, the Calgary-based chief economist of ATB Financial and author of “The Boiling Frog Dilemma: Saving Canada from Economic Decline”, will serve our young graduates as they navigate the job market, even in this most difficult time. The message is […]

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  • 13-year-old Adegboyega Emerges Cowbell Mathematics Champion
    13-year-old Adegboyega Emerges Cowbell Mathematics Champion

    A pupil of Ota Total Academy, Ogun State, Akintokun Adegboyega, again wins academic glory in a Mathematics competition, ETIM EKPIMAH reports Thirteen-year-old Akintokun Adegboyega’s appearance does not convey anything special about him. He looks ordinary like many other pupils in his age bracket– harmless and innocent. But beneath this innocence lies a head full of […]

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  • Poem after the Presidential Media chat: Shattered Dreams
    Poem after the Presidential Media chat: Shattered Dreams

    The throbbing pulsating sound of the talking drum invites the people to the arena, the politicians are at it again; they beat the drum of false promises, and a people unwilling to learn a new dance, dance the dance of shattered dreams. The broken gourd of our commonwealth spills the wine of our prosperity; the […]

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  • Truck driver’s daughter emerges RSUST best graduate
    Truck driver’s daughter emerges RSUST best graduate

    Mother of one flies high at the Rivers State University of Science and Technology’s convocation, CHUKWUDI AKASIKE writes Those who think that nursing mothers do not have a place in the academic community need to have a rethink. So also are people who deride those whose parents or guardians are of poor academic background. With […]

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  • 10 Reasons to Stay out of Sex before Marriage.
    10 Reasons to Stay out of Sex before Marriage.

    1,Sex is a powerful force that can destroy if not used properly. Like atomic power, sex is the most powerful creative force given to man. When atomic power is used correctly it can create boundless energy; when it is used in the wrong way it destroys life. Sex is the same kind of powerful force. […]

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  • 5 Top Proven Tips to Become Financially Successful In Nigeria
    5 Top Proven Tips to Become Financially Successful In Nigeria

    As we know, majority of Nigerian graduates are in the streets, busy looking for miracle jobs. Some students don’t want to graduate for fear of the supposedly bleakness outside, and of concern is; our educational system is not well structure to instil in people appropriate employability skills and self-reliance. As one who studies, teach, and […]

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  • 20 Things you should have done Before Clocking 30
    20 Things you should have done Before Clocking 30

    The policies of government are making us to remain ‘babies’ forever. Ever wonder why many a Nigerian seldom shows you their birth certificates-always sworn age declaration. As a player in the education industry, everyday people do doggy things to survive. I’ve done a service for a 29years old who just admitted to the university. He […]

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  • 8 Quotes to Inspire Your Dream Career
    8 Quotes to Inspire Your Dream Career

    “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” — Confucius You can’t always turn your passions directly to profit, but you can use them as a guide to help you find work that engages you in the same way. Think about when you’re doing something you […]

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  • 4 Ways to Invest Your Time Wisely
    4 Ways to Invest Your Time Wisely

    The industrious man, the lazy man, both have 24hours in a day. The difference is the effectively utilization of every second therein. Our ability to invest in our time, wisely is very key. This is because once lost, it cannot be retrieve. As students, teachers, and educators, appropriate investment in time is a major determinant […]

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  • 10 Steps to Building and Managing your Personal Reputation
    10 Steps to Building and Managing your Personal Reputation

    Social media have developed new matrix for building and managing our reputations. As students, entrepreneurs, and teachers, it is important that we fix ourselves rightly for better reputation. Fact finding by security companies and HR companies is diminishing. This is because with the click of the buttons, our information-the good and the bad are gotten. […]

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  • Edugist: The New Journey for the Blog
    Edugist: The New Journey for the Blog

    The journey of life takes varied forms to different people for particular reasons. The idea of this blog was borne of my passion for the field of education, as clearly spelt out in the about page. Ten months in the venture of blogging, I cannot be proud of the quality of contents-even the quantity. Why? […]

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