Smartphone-only internet users vs. the Lifeline program

Smartphones are taking over… but why? There’s estimated to be 237.6 million smartphone users in the U.S., according to Statista. Smartphones simplify the way we search for and obtain information, which makes finding the answers to our questions easier than ever. As a result, many people are cutting the cord with their internet provider for more reasons [...]

New Year Scholarships 2019

It’s a new Year, and we are here with the best Scholarships for Nigerian students. Now, the question is this What is a Scholarship? A scholarship is a grant or money which is given to students as support to cover school bills. Unknown to several students in Nigeria, there are numerous scholarship opportunities which are [...]

How to Make Studying Fun

Let’s get one thing straight: studying is boring, right? You know the feeling: every time you have to read a textbook or review for a test, you start thinking of a million things that you’d rather be doing – like skydiving, or watching paint dry. You know, fun stuff. Of course, studying is just something you [...]

2019 JAMB Brochure is Out – JAMB Brochure Download for all Courses

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB Brochure for the 2019 JAMB session has been released online by the board. All interested candidates should note that the JAMB Brochure comprises of a document, which has the full complete detailed list of all Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria and available programmes of study for UTME and Direct [...]

The Relationship Between Teens And Sleep: How To Make It Work

Adolescents should be getting 9 to 9 ½ hours of sleep per night, however, studies have shown that they need approximately 9 ¼ hours. Most of the time, they aren’t getting nearly enough rest to properly function throughout the day. Most of them are only getting between 7 and 7 ¼ hours of sleep per night. As [...]

How to Take Better Notes: The 6 Best Note-Taking Systems

One of the tools you have at your disposal is your notes. Maybe in high school you were pretty good at taking notes, and now you just need to upgrade them a little bit. Maybe you’re feeling like I did in college, and you’ve realized you’ve never properly learned how to take notes. Never fear! Your guide to [...]

How to Deal with Essay Questions on Exams

If you’re a normal person and not a weirdo like me, then you probably hate essay questions on exams. I mean, exams are already a huge source of anxiety….but essays, too? This means that you actually have to think; you can’t just circle “B” for each answer and hope for the best. The thing is, although you [...]

10 Things You Can Do Right Now To Start The New Semester Off Right

2018 is almost at a close. Lots of stuff happened, but no apocalypse came. Whether the year was great or terrible for you, it’s just about over. So now’s the time to look toward the year ahead! I’m writing this post at the close of 2018, but the advice here applies to the start of [...]

Strike: FG to continue negotiation with ASUU Today

The Federal Government says it will continue negotiation process with the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) today Monday to resolve ongoing industrial action embarked by the striking lecturers. Senator Chris Ngige, Minister of Labour and Employment said this in a statement signed on Saturday in Abuja by Mr Samuel Olowookere, Director of Press, in [...]

LASU VC congratulates Abolarinwa, first Nigerian female Urologist

Professor Olanrewaju Fagbohun, Vice -Chancellor, Lagos State University (LASU) has congratulated Dr Abimbola Abolarinwa of the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), who emerged the first female Urologist in Nigeria. An official bulletin of LASU made available on Saturday noted that Abolarinwa bagged the award at the prestigious “Award for the First’’, popularly known as [...]