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…Read More
The She Cranes captain and Loughborough Lightning goal shooter, Peace Proscovia, has been named the first ambassador of the 2019 Netball World Cup.
Last season’s English Vitality League MVP,Read More
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.Read More
Did you know that people with disabilities consistently report a good quality of life? Have you ever thought of what your life would be if you were disabled? It is quite an unusual reflection. But why do we habitually assume that the physically impaired people are unhappy. For one Francis Okumu, this is a mere misconception. Francis Okumu is a blind student at Uganda Christian University (UCU). He pursues his Bachelor in Social work and Social Administration. Francis attends class and goes for group discussions with other people. As a…Read More
The UCU rugby team, the Shepherds, thrashed the Rhinos 31–0 on January 25 at Kyadondo Rugby Grounds, Kampala.
Despite the delayed release of the year’s fixtures, the Sherpherds
The Doves have beefed up the team in preparation for the new season.
Coach Nason Bwesigye recruited new players. Marino Oboke, a setter from Luyanzi College, has joined the team to assist Moses Odeke and Sharrif Masereka.
The team has also been joined by Vincent Odeke.
BY CLINTON TUMANYE Guild officials have attended a leadership conference that ran from January 4 to 7 at the main campus in Mukono. However only Guild leaders from the main and Kampala campuses attended. Different facilitators conducted diverse sessions aimed at improving the quality of young leaders. During the conference, the student leaders were sensitised on how to execute guild responsibilities effectively. Bridget Mugasira, the female warden at UCU main campus educated the students on various leadership attributes. Mugasira said, “Leaders should have a vision, ambition and positive values.” She…Read More