On April 24, Dean Bullock Byron of Student Affairs (DSA), swore in newly elected executives of the Students Government Association.
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On April 21, AUN Theater Club brought a cinematic feel to the anti-establishment struggles and activism of the late Afro beat music icon Fela Anikulapo-Kuti in the stage play “Kalakuta Republic.”
At an April 21 forum on Northeast Economic Recovery, organized by the AUN Economics program and moderated by Economics Chair Dr. Natina Yaduma.
On April 21, the Communications & Multimedia Design Program held a workshop for all 26 students who have entered in for the Israeli Embassy-AUN Viral Video Challenge.
There is one event that tells you the academic year is winding down: it is the Stallions Award dinner night.
Judging by the jubilation and loud music from the Commencement Hall on April 21, it was evident the AUN 101 First Year Experience Championship for the Spring 2017 students was in full swing.
Mid spring at AUN is that time of the academic year when students decide who their next representatives will be.
At a leadership symposium organized by the SGA, on April 18, the AVP of HR & Planning, Nourah Bamalli, shared his 37-year career experience.
At this year’s Earth Day celebration, an annual event held on April 22 to raise public awareness about the importance of environmental sustainability, Prof. Lynne R. Baker of the Natural & Environmental Sciences Program, talked about the need for Nigeria to improve on managing its waste, and about the rapidly growing population of the country, which poses even more problems.
On April 22, the AUN Community Cooperative Society had its first enlightenment seminar. Formally opening the event, Mr. Benjamin Musa Namo, the Chair of Socials Committee, said it was one of several seminars to come.
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