Reasons why you must stay in campus hostels

Charles Getembe

Charles Getembe

Charles Getembe is the founder and CEO of The Campus Magazine. He is a passionate writer specialized in Print Journalism from The University of Nairobi.

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Just the other day we posted a question on our facebook page, The campus magazine seeking to know up to what year of study a male comrade should stay in the hostels. The responses were diverse. Some comrades actually suggested that male comrades should not stay in the hostels. Not even during their 1st year
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Kinara Omenke Maurice is a student at the University of Nairobi’s Chiromo campus. He is a famous campus blogger and an upcoming politician. Charles had an opportunity to interview him and here is what he shared with him about his studying, blogging and political carreer. So, who is Kinara Chiromite Omenke?   Omenke: Firstly, Kinara Chiromite
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University is said to be the hot-bed of relationships. Immediately boys and girls qualify to join university, the first thought that crosses their mind is “how to be a hoe in campus”. You can differ with me in this but it’s a matter of fact. When we were all in high school, our teachers used
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Claims that given universities are better than others nolonger make sense. I have seen and heard comrades arguing that their university is better than another. I have seen online encounters where comrades from some universities think they are superior than others. Cases of some student leaders belittling given universities have been recorded not just once
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Buying and selling of hostel rooms has become one of the major businesses someone would indulge into during his/her time in campus. If you’ve gone into some hostels in our universities, its clear this days that the business and is up and is accepted by some administrators. I was shocked, after visiting several hostels in
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The University of Nairobi has been under the leadership of Professor Peter Mbithi since 2014 when he took over from Professor George Magoha (The then UoN VC and current cabinet secretary for education). The University has, since Prof Mbithi’s resumption of office, had its ups and downs in terms of development, internal and external relations.
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