Opinion

It is Sunday in Nigeria

By: John Eriomala It is Sunday in Nigeria. Well, it was Sunday in Nigeria. Today is Monday, the 6th of June, 2022 and it’s been over twelve hours since Owo happened. No details. You know. You watched a video or read a news report. You saw tweets from witnesses and […]

Jungle Justice: Public Injustice?

By: Emmanuel Utibe The sight of lynching or mob beating is not uncommon in Nigeria. Growing up at a point, it was like “The Mob Court” was the surest court in the land in delivering popular justice. It was not uncommon to hear people talking about how there was no […]

The Only Way to Sustainable Academic Resumption

By: Aduwo Ayodele In twenty-three years of Nigeria’s surviving democracy, there have been sixteen dire gestures of a nationwide strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities, including other staff unions that have also had intermittent records of strike. Actions that protest for or demand a better education system in […]

Polygamy vs Polyandry: The Contrast

By: Lawal Oluwadamilare The contrast between settling down and being in a relationship is miles apart. The reason is that: to marry anyone, there may be need for deliberations on backgrounds, values, sexual desires, and the financial decisions both parties might need to make. It is for this reason that […]

Innovation among University of Ibadan students

Hi, I’m UI and You Are Stuck!

By: Habeeb Abdul Picture the University of Ibadan’s logo; picture huge teeth stretched from end to end. Now imagine it laughing at you… Not to terrify you, fresher, but that’s me — UI. UI, THE ROMANTIC Valentine’s is here so we might as well start with that. You remember those […]

Book of Life: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

By: Adebayo Abdulrahman Il Buono, il Brutto, il Brutto The late film producer and screenwriter, Sergio Leone, never tapped from the tree of knowledge known as the University of Ibadan. Still, when he directed the 1966 Italian spaghetti western movie – the good, the bad and the ugly – little […]

A Tale Of The Last Dance And The Thousands Of Practice Steps That Came Before It: Reminiscing On My Years As A Campus Journalist

By: Theophilus Femi Alawonde On Saturday, 23rd October, 2021, the Union of Campus Journalists, University of Ibadan held its Dinner, Luncheon and Awards Ceremony. When the clan – Indy Press – arrived, Abdulrahman said, “Theo, lead us in. This is your last dance as the Editor-in-Chief of Indy Press.” I […]

Campulse: Can You Feel Your Pulse?

By: Tolu Ayeye   The semester is reaching towards an end and exams are fast approaching; it’s almost as if everywhere and everything is getting choked up. Things seems to be going at a very fast pace and you can’t even seem to find a structure to help you pull […]

The Patriarchal Naira Notes

By: Covenant Odedele This is in no way to burst your bubble or throw a spanner into your easy-going wheel. Fellow Nigerians, stand at attention and reason with me on this thought process. Have you ever noticed that there is no woman on the upfront of any Nigerian currency, from […]