UNILAG Staff, Students, Parents celebrate return of Ogundipe Vice Chancellor
By TVC News Nigeria
17 November 2020 | 7:07 am
UNILAG Staff, Students, Parents celebrate the return of Ogundipe Vice-Chancellor
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In Northern Cyprus, education has become the leading economic sector. No less than 23 universities are concentrated in the small self-proclaimed state recognised only by Turkey, which has occupied it since 1974. They attract students from developing countries by offering affordable courses with a "European" stamp of approval.
In Turkish-controlled Northern Cyprus, education has become the leading economic sector. No less than 23 universities are concentrated in the small self-declared state recognised only by Turkey, which has occupied it since 1974.
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At a Tokyo art institute, more than a dozen students held up mirrors to their faces while stretching the sides of their mouths upward, fully immersed in a lesson not in their usual curriculum - a smile class.
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Fans and players celebrated both in the post-match press conference and on the Las Vegas streets after the Golden Knights beat the Florida Panthers to win the National Hockey League's (NHL) Stanley Cup.
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