Academics

Timaya’s babymama, Barbara trolls the singer, reveals why she’s glad their children took after

Nigerian singer, Timaya has again made headlines as his baby mama, Barbara Fumnanya Nwaokolo  amusingly claims she’s glad their children don’t take after their father in academics. Barbara is the mother of the 41-year-old singer’s daughters, Emmanuella Timaya Ordon and Grace Timaya Ordon. Timaya The mother-of-two, went on to explain why she’s glad their children took […]

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NYC school network urges Gov. Kathy Hochul to ‘lift the cap’ on charters

classroom diversity is urging Gov. Kathy Hochul and the state Legislature to raise the cap and allow more of the privately run public schools to open. “I am hopeful that the legislature spurred on by the generous philanthropic pledge from former Mayor Bloomberg will lift the charter cap, enabling thoughtful authorizing institutions like SUNY to […]

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Spotify CEO Daniel Ek Responds to Storm Over Joe Rogan, COVID-19 Misinformation With Content Warnings

Spotify has bowed in the face of pressure from critics about supporting the spread of COVID and vaccine misinformation with a plan to add warning labels on its global platform to content that skirts the line between “what is acceptable and what is not,” as CEO Daniel Ek stated Sunday. Ek’s lengthy statement outlining Spotify’s […]

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How Igbobi College Shaped My Life – Vice President, Osinbajo Speaks

  Yemi Osinbajo, Nigeria’s Vice-President says there is a strong nexus between the kind of education students receive in schools and what they turn out to be later in life Osinbajo made the assertion while speaking at a fundraiser for Igbobi College, his alma mater, on Saturday night in Lagos. Osinbajo said the values he had […]

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Five college students speak out: We’re fed up with campus ‘wokeness’

too scared to voice their true thoughts and feelings, often conform. They fear they will face ridicule or, worse, total exclusion via “cancel culture.” But a few brave students are fighting against the tide, including these five, who all come from different backgrounds but are united in their desire for a true liberal arts education, […]

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ESPN’s Greg McElroy challenges Kayvon Thibodeaux to Wonderlic after Alabama dig

We may have a brewing battle of the wits. Greg McElroy, a college football analyst at ESPN and former quarterback at Alabama and for the Jets, challenged top 2022 NFL Draft prospect Kayvon Thibodeaux to a Wonderlic duel. This challenge stems from Thibodeaux ripping the academics at Alabama. “I already hate the stigmatism of football […]

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Apple iPhone factory workers ate rotten food in rat-filled dorms: investigation

Apple pays out holiday bonuses of up to $180,000 to some US engineers. The situation was thrust into the public eye when 159 women were hospitalized for food poisoning in mid-December, sparking a rare worker protest.  Apple has since indefinitely put the Foxconn-run plant “on probation” and says it will not be reopened until it […]

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I Had An Extra Year In The University – Fireboy DML

Fireboy DML Nigerian singer, Adedamola Adefolahan, popularly known as Fireboy DML, has opened up on how finishing school was a struggle for him. Fireboy claimed that he was a superb student at Obafemi Awolowo University who was divided between his academics and music, which caused a severe drop in his grades. Fireboy went on to […]

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I Had An Extra Year In The University – Fireboy DML

Fireboy DML Nigerian singer, Adedamola Adefolahan, popularly known as Fireboy DML, has opened up on how finishing school was a struggle for him. Fireboy claimed that he was a superb student at Obafemi Awolowo University who was divided between his academics and music, which caused a severe drop in his grades. Fireboy went on to […]

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Ngige misinformed Nigerians about our strike, others, says ASUU

The Lagos Zone of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has faulted Labour and Employment Minister Chris Ngige’s claims that the union was on strike because of its anger against the Integrated Personnel and Payroll Information System (IPPIS) and that lecturers were being paid in full, despite the strike. The union also said it […]

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