“It is fulfilling to me as a writer that people see my posts online and offer to send in aid, even from outside Adamawa State,” says the alum Nelly Ating whose Facebook article attracted a reader to aid the Bako Clinic in Yola town.
AUNTHISWEEK is the weekly electronic newsletter of the American University of Nigeria. It is published every Monday and contains event notices, news about and for the AUN Community, etc.
The AUN Royalty Ambassadors have begun free training on basic Information Communication Technology for teenage youths.
The Residence Life unit of Student Affairs organized a report-writing workshop for all staff members on Friday, October 6.
A Business Administration major, Zainab Sa’ad Muhammed, has volunteered to teach Math to Primary 1-3 pupils of Fat-Hur-Raman Islamic Academy, Yola, from Monday to Friday throughout the current term.
On October 5, the School of Law held a low-key get-together to send forth one of its staff members, Kaaman Geoffrey Jalo.
October First was marked peacefully in the University campus, as well as in Yola and Jimeta.
A Festival of Hope, Potential, Diversity, and Unity
At AUN on September 27 was a foreign diplomat in Nigeria who yearns to present Nigeria well.
On September 27, President Dekle visited the Community Development Center, Yola, where she interacted with women from the University’s host community who make products from waste materials.
At the Back-to-School event that was held on September 27, Administrator of the AUN Academy (American Track), Ms. Rose Clarkson, hinted on what makes the school tick.
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