Unskilled lecturers, poor curricula undermine education standard in Nigeria – SU leaders

• Government should collaborate with administrators to run universities efficiently TOWARDS seeking a better future for the universities and the students, student leaders from Tai Solarin University (TASUED) and Nigerian Institute of Journalism (NIJ), Don Sharon Great Ayomide and Adedapo Adesanya, respectively, advocate a fundamental transformation of the country’s educational system that connects society development with the outputs from the ivory towers. In this interview with the University Times International correspondents, MOYOSORE SALAMI and OPEYEMI BABALOLA, the student leaders identify some key issues confronting the institutional framework of the ivory…

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Social Media Is Slowly Killing Our Society

Our mental health is at risk due to social media Raven Quander, Mass Communication Major at Delaware State University, USA. There are so many social media platforms that can be used in multiple ways, including marketing tactics, entertainment, and staying connected to a mass amount of people. However, the new digital age has rendered the younger generations in society helpless against the harmful influences of social media trends for the sake of popularity.  While most of the social media platforms of today were created by Millennials (Generation Y), they were…

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The Need for Robotic Reporting in Nigeria

By Khadija Isah Gerawa  The “invasion” of human space by robotics is sensed in every aspect of human life. The activities robotics perform now and will perform in the future are made to declare that robotics does not only have the potential to make or break the world order, but that it will penetrate and permanently alter every industry in existence, and also change the boundaries and meaning of being human. All these indicate that robotics has the potential to cause significant disruptions to many hitherto known and established ways…

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