Students of Communications and Multimedia Design have been challenged to change Africa with communication.
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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.
Title: Administrative Assistant
Department: Student Affairs
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.
After three formative years since 2010, AUN Community Cooperative Society elected its first substantive officials on Thursday, November 21. The turnout at the event surprised many because most prior meetings had suffered from a lack of quorum. Voter turnout exceeded 50 percent of a nominal roll of close to 400.
Alum and graphic designer with the Office of Communications has called on Africans to apply themselves to become more productive, rather consumer-oriented.
The inaugural AUN Residential Security Seminar Series which kicked off on November 18 has highlighted the importance of synergy between Student Affairs and Security for the fulfillment of safety objectives on campus.
‘Old Skool’ people at AUN turned out en masse when the Rotary Club of AUN, surpassing its projection, threw an 'Old Skool Pool Party on November 16, raising ₦150, 000 in ticket sales and donations.
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