One hundred and eight students drawn from 14 secondary schools in Adamawa State came to AUN on November 23, 2013, for a debate and quiz competition, organized by the Residence Halls Council.
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The Security Coordinator, Dr. Lionel Rawlins, has said that the University will have and enforce a new policy on driving that checks speeding, beginning in January 2014. He disclosed the plan during a seminar focusing on the dangers of speeding held in Washington Hall on December 6, 2013.
Following the unexpected resignation of SGA President Yazid Suleiman, former Vice President of the Student Government Association, Joseph Oladimeji, was sworn in as President in a sudden move that surprised many outside government.
The Human Resources & Planning Department hosted the last Jabbama of the year on December 6 at AUN Club. Coordinator of Benefits, Orientation & Retention, Hajara Jimoh, told attendees that Jabbama makes sure that new employees are comfortable with their new surroundings.
Students of Communications and Multimedia Design have been challenged to change Africa with communication.
Over 2, 000 members of the surrounding communities were at AUN on December 1, to celebrate the third annual Yola Peace Day hosted by the University.
A Yola Peace Panel formed by members of the Adamawa Peacemakers Initiative (AP) discussed peace building at the third annual Yola Peace Day on December 1. Their audience included senior University administrators, parents, Yola community members, and professors. They concluded that AUN should continue to search for sustainable solutions that contribute to a peaceful and prosperous Yola/Jimeta community.
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Opening Date: December 16, 2013
Closing Date: December 20, 2013
A Corps member, dietician, and nutritionist from the Federal Medical Center, Yola, has urged strict discipline in our eating habits. Olayinka Akinleye, who serves at the Center, observed that though culture and religion influence food choices, many students eat without regard to how foods might be beneficial or hazardous to health.
The second in the Academic Engagement Lecture Series held at AUN on November 20 focused on the impact of Nigeria's leadership and natural resources on the citizenry.
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