Gaddis Smith Dies at 89; Taught History to Generations at Yale

He grew up in Summit, N.J., a wealthy suburb. At Yale, he served as chairman of…

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Gambia: Barrow Prepares to Inaugurate UTG Faraba Campus Phase 1

President Adama Barrow has declared that his government was preparing to finally inaugurate the phase one…

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When Book Bans Came to Small-Town New Jersey

Alexandra Alter contributed reporting. Fact-checked by Susan Lee. The Daily is made by Lisa Tobin, Rachel…

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‘I use my pocket money to pay for school dinners’

Here at Newsround we wanted to find out how children and young people were being affected…

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Ethiopia: Innovation – Third Round Hult Prize On Campus Kicks Off At Addis Abeba University

Addis Abeba Addis Abeba University (AAU) kicked off the latest edition of the HULT prize on-campus…

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Nigeria: 130 OAU Graduating Students Bag First Class

OAU is also awarding 61 Doctors of Philosophy (PhD), 403 Professional Masters and 200 Masters with…

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Kenya: Millions of Children Risk Missing School in January Due to Drought – Save the Children

Nairobi — Over 3.5 million children in Kenya will be out of school when schools reopen…

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Nigeria: Student Loan Bill, Attempt to Abandon Public Funding of Nigerian Universities – ASUU

ASUU condemned the introduction of a student loan bill passed by the National Assembly, saying it…

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Nigeria: Lagos Approves Use of Hijab in All Schools

Following a Supreme Court decision of the 17th of June, 2022, which approved the use of…

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Nigeria: ASUU Shelves Protest Over Withheld Salaries

… to continue protest, engage stakeholders Members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, yesterday,…

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