LawschoolDean of the School of Law, American University of Nigeria, AUN, Oladejo Justus Olowu, on Monday inspired students at a talk entitled “Building Tomorrow”.

The talk, which held at the auditorium of the Robert Pastor Library, was organized by the Student Government Association, SGA, as part of activities marking its annual SGA Week.

Dean Olowu urged the students to begin to plan for their future now, pursue their aims with diligence and to think well before making key decisions.

“The best way to prepare for the future is to take care of the present.... Every human being who is of sane mind must pursue aims in life.


The Residence Life Unit of the American University of Nigeria, AUN, on Friday, April 1, hosted its annual seminar and conducted an examination to recruit its next set of Resident Assistants, RAs.

The seminar, which held in the 24-Hour Room of the library complex, had a morning and an afternoon session, which was followed by a written examination.

The event was coordinated by two Assistant Directors of Residence Life, Mrs. Grace Ayorinde and Mr. Danjuma Keyebya, and other officials of the unit.

Participants at the seminar, numbering over 40, were taught listening skills, effective communication and proper time management, which according to the President of the Resident Assistants Committee, Justin Adda, “Are the techniques necessary for the position of a Resident Assistant.”


The Honor Society of the American University of Nigeria, AUN, on Saturday held its first-ever retreat at the Robert Pastor Library to build camaraderie among its members and prepare outgoing members for life after the university.

In his welcome address, the President of the Honor Society, Mr. Gregory Tanyi thanked members of the Society, faculty members and staff of the University for attending the event.

Some of the guests at the event included the faculty advisors of Honor Society, Dr. Obioma Uche and Dean Reginald Braggs, former president of the Society and a faculty member in the School of Business & Entrepreneurship, SBE, Mr. Ifeatu Uzodinma, a faculty member in the School of Information Technology & Computing, SITC, Dr. Salihu Dasuki, and AUN Chief Information Officer and Assistant Vice President of Digital Services, Mr. Julius Ayuktabe.

AgathaTwo faculty members of the AUN School of Arts and Sciences, SAS, on Friday, April 1, discussed two key characters in Ngugi Wa Thiong’o’s A Grain of Wheat in a seminar that held at the Idorenyin Akpan Multimedia Lab.

The faculty members, Dr. Agatha Ukata and Dr. Brian Reed, both of the Department of English Language and Literature, spoke on the topic, “The Awakening of the Prophet: Forgotten Hope in Ngugi Wa Thiong’o’s A Grain of Wheat” as part of the SAS Seminar Series.

Their presentation focused on the themes of liberation and the quest for self-preservation, thus they extensively analyzed the experiences of two characters in the book: Mugo and Kihika.

In her presentation, Dr. Ukata argued that Mugo saw himself as his people’s messiah, and is only acting out repressed dreams from his childhood. 

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The Office of Judicial Affairs of the American University of Nigeria, AUN, 

on Friday, March 11, hosted a seminar to educate students on the dangers and legal implications of using illicit drugs.

Speaking on “Illicit Drug Use Amongst Nigerian Youth and the Legal Implications: A War Without End?”, the Chair, department of Private and Business Law, AUN, Dr. Agbo J. Madaki, said that the seminar was aimed at educating the youth on the legal consequences of drug abuse and the measures they could use to protect themselves and their loved ones from substance abuse.

He explained the meaning of narcotics and observed that the youth are the ones mostly indulge in substance abuse.

“Narcotics are any kind of substances that numbs the senses such as opium, morphine, belladonna, alcohol, etc. Youths are the main culprit of drug abuse.”

drmyattThe American University of Nigeria’s Women Leadership Council, WLC, on Friday, March 11, hosted a talk entitled “Breaking Out” to mark the International Women’s Day.

As part of the celebrations, members of the WLC had on Tuesday, March 8, donated relief materials to HIV-infected pregnant women at the Federal Medical Center, FMC, Yola.

The theme of the event, which was named after the poem, “Breaking Out” by Marge Piercy, centered on the need for women to liberate themselves.

Speaking at the event, AUN faculty member, Dr. Tamara Myatt, who inspired the audience with her engaging oratory, discussed, among other things, the gender deficit in the world today, concluding that “women have achieved equality in no nation.”

hsStudents of the American University of Nigeria, AUN, Friday, debated on whether race is a genetic or social concept.

The debate, which held at the auditorium of the Robert Pastor Library, featured two teams of four students each, with each student given five minutes to convince the audience and judges of their stance.

One speaker from each of the teams was then allowed to return to the stage and deliver their closing argument.

Each team was coached by a faculty member, thus while Dr. Hayatu Raji, chair of the Natural and Environmental Science program, coached the genetics team, Dr. Gado Alzouma, professor of Sociology and Anthropology, coached the social team.

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