Benson Okot a student at Uganda Christian University emerged first in the recently completed 28th National Track and Field Trials held on 7 May at Namboole stadium. Following his drop in trials from the team that represented Uganda in the 2017 Commonwealth games, Okot has returned with much valour. He has finished first in 21.0 seconds which is a qualifying time for the Africa Senior Championships. He was followed by Kenya’s Kamanga Tazana who completed the race in 21.3 seconds. Among other in the race was UCU’s  Tarsis Orogo who…

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Right friends will shape your career

If you are really an ambitious person, then you want to surround yourself with people with a connection to something bigger. Always aim higher and associate with people on the next level.

Just because someone is a CEO of a company shouldn’t bar you from associating with them, it engages your reasoning and you begin to view things more maturely and differently from other people.

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Research indicated that millennials, those born after 1984 are tough to manage and lack focus.

Some of the stated reasons for this are that they were raised up being told that they are special and can get anything they want in life.

Social media platforms like Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram have enabled this generation to put filters on real life, and pretend that all of life is amazing, even when they are depressed.

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Barham graduates 136

A total of 136 students  graduated at Bishop Barham University College (BBUC) on Friday 16 March. 
The seventh part of the 18th Graduation of Uganda Christian University saw 89 males and 47 females awarded certificates, diplomas and degrees in various disciplines at a function presided over by the Vice Chancellor, Dr John Senyonyi.
In his remarks, Dr Senyonyi told the graduands

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Re-marking Policy rattles students

A few weeks into the Easter Semester, students of Uganda Christian University (UCU) are concerned about the Re-marking Policy.
The policy was revised to include an increment of Shs100,000 in the re-marking fee that was initially free of charge.
A number of notices pinned up around the university on Wednesday January 24, indicated that every student who desired their examination papers to be remarked had to part with Shs100,000 per paper. The students were also informed that applications for re-marking would only be accepted in the first two weeks of every semester after the release of results.

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