Nairobi Campus has organized a public lecture by Rev. Canon Gideon Byamugisha on Living Positively. The lecture to address the HIV /AIDs pandemic is a sideline event of an ongoing HIV testing and blood donation taking place throughout this week at the campus.
The Morning talk is from 11:00 am and the Evening talk from 4:30pm.
There Blood Donation exercise and HIV testing is in partnership with Liverpool Voluntary Counseling and Testing (LVCT) and is taking in ROOM M401.
St. Paul’s University on Friday 22nd March, 2013, signed an agreement with St. Ann’s College, Kisii to offer two degree courses at the College. The two degree programs to be taught at the Kisii based college are Bachelor of Business and Information Technology (BBIT) and Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA). Continue Reading
There is no doubt that many Kenyans have been caught off guard by the court process after the elections. Their reaction proves it. Before elections all contestants urged each other to go to court if they were dissatisfied with the results. That advice has been heeded and we should all be applauding that we have made a remarkable step in our democratic process. Continue Reading
When Kenya broke up to violence after the 2007’s General Elections, few could have envisioned the scope of ethnic conflict that would visit the region with such ferocity. Five years later, there is general stability in the region, yet, tensions among some region and ethnic groups still remain.
The reigning Miss St. Paul’s University, Ashley Mazuri, has been selected to take part in this year’s Miss University, Kenya. The gala night to crown the winner will be taking place next Thursday, 7th February at Canirvore starting at 8 pm. Entrance is Ksh. 400 for students and Ksh.500 for non-students. Ashley will definitely be thrilled to see people go and support her and cheer her on to winning the Miss University Kenya 2013! You have a few days to vote for your favorite Miss University on this website > http://www.missuniversity.or.ke/ VOTE! VOTE!
Who is Ms Mazuri?
Ashley, 18, is pursuing Bachelor of Arts in Communication at the main campus. She hopes to pursue a career in the media. The last born in a family of two from Nyali says she pursued Communication because of growing up listening and watching Sheila Mwanyigha.
“Ever since then it became a passion for me and I would challenge myself in different ways to achieve my dreams and I am confident I will get there one day” she adds.
Just like any other ordinary girl, she says she is not perfect, she is scared of some things, and she even chokes on her own words at times. Miss SPU has dreams and sees greater and bigger things in the future. She knows that anything can happen in this world for anyone and she believes in keeping dreams alive no matter how long it takes to achieve them.
Her hobbies are singing, dancing, making friends, socializing, reading and walking in the sandy shores of Mombasa.
St. Paul’s University has introduced a Youth Career and Mentorship Program (YCMP) for Form Four leavers. The program offers courses in Computer Training, Career Guidance, Communication & Public Speaking skills and Certificate in Counseling. Also included are Certificate in Sex education, Reproductive Health, HIV &AIDs Studies, Drugs and Substance Abuse and Leadership Training.
This is a 7 week program that is intended to build form four leavers and prepare them for life outside high school into the path of their career pursuit.
Leading HIV/Aids Goodwill ambassador (Christian Aid), Rev. Canon Dr. Gideon Byamugisha is at St. Paul’s University (SPU) as a resident scholar. Rev. Byamugisha was the first African religious leader to openly declare his HIV-positive status in his church. He will be spending one year at SPU.
We all hope that you had a wonderful semester break, and that you enjoyed the time you had to share with your loved ones; friends and family. We hope that you are looking forward to a great semester and you have come back with renewed energy.
The January semester offers each one of us great opportunities to engage with each other; faculty, staff and students. We hope that it will also challenge us to be innovative and come up with great ideas to help us grow as a University and enhance our academic experience. Continue Reading
I probably shouldn’t have been that liberal with the truth. Maybe I should have told the young man I was from Antigua, or Trinidad and Tobago; these are real places aren’t they? Well, it needed not be that dramatic just a country that wouldn’t have elicited such a pronounced reaction. But no, I had to tell the truth. I am Kenyan, I said. Continue Reading