Should the boy child learn the hard way?

For over the past 3–4 decades, women’s movements have championed the empowerment of the girl child in the country. This has over time registered overwhelming results; many head various sectors, institutions, families and even occupy most of the crucial political offices in the country, including the vice president, H.E. Jessica Alupo, the Prime Minister, Hon. Nabbanja Robbinah, and the Speaker of Parliament, Anita Amongi, among others.

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UCU law students urged to exercise freedom of expression with restraint

Syndia Chemutai is an amiable person. Her demeanor has always won her friends, and the case was not any different when she became a Faculty of Law student at Uganda Christian University (UCU).  It is through her disposition that the lecturers at the Faculty of Law quickly learned of Chemutai’s love for the protection of free speech.

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UCU students speak out on UIS

The University ICT (Information Communication Technology) Services (UIS) team is holding an awareness campaign aimed at reminding students about the ICT services at the university. The UIS team is in charge of providing free internet to students within the university premises; moodle (the university e-learning platform); and the Alpha app, which students can use for online registration and also access their results.

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