On February 21, the AUN Academy hosted some students of Government Day Secondary School (GDSS), Njoboli, near Yola, in continuation of the former’s Science Week.
Like the Nike payoff line, “Just do it,” a youth motivator, Mr. Flourish Peters, told the Emerging Leaders Academy on February 20 that delay is dangerous.
When Shuibu Idoko-Akoh, first-year Information Systems major, entered his 9:45 am class on February 14, he was expecting nothing different from the regular interaction with Prof. Ferdinand Che.
It was nothing short of fun at the Honor Society Games Night on February 16.
At a dinner hosted by Interim Dean of Arts and Sciences Patrick Fay on February 10, four students were celebrated for being outstanding achievers at the 2017 Platinum Reasoning Contest.
January 31 was the convocation day for members of the university community to bid farewell to outgoing VP of Finance, Anthony Agbo.
It was not long after Sonics and Veterans won their games in the first round of the basketball when lovers of the game began to look out for the next round.
On January 25, the executive committee of AUN Community Cooperative Society (AUNCCS) visited the Director of Cooperatives in the Adamawa State Ministry of Trade & Commerce, Uba Umaru Abdul.
On January 24, a second-year Law student, Christine Vihishima, awarded one additional scholarship in addition to the three she previously awarded to students of Government Girls Secondary School, Yola.
The internally displaced persons residing in the Sabo Pagi of Angwan Michika, Yola, had a reason to be grateful to AUN when they received gifts from the Community Service Office.
What a memorable day for Hajiya Amina Inuwa, a physically challenged woman, as she gazed at a heap of firewood and charcoal in her front yard.
The AUN Rotaract Club has donated uniforms to 50 pupils of Bako Primary School, Bako in Yola Town.
On Monday, November 27, students of Community Development (CDV 201) contributed instructional items to Feed and Read pupils.
On November 17, the Student Government Association held a security forum with students where they can discuss lingering security issues as well as other campus matters.
On November 24, AUN Center offered free screening for hypertension and diabetes to students, staff and faculty members.
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