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A GREAT university is about academic excellence and exceptional student experiences. The University of Cyberjaya (UoC) has consistently sought to excel in these key areas.
IN the late 16th century, the Corporation of the City of Dublin decided that the time had come for the small city to have a university. Located in that part of Ireland then under the control of the English Crown, which had not authorised the establishment of a university anywhere under its dominion for more than 300 years, Dublin City modestly requested a College with degree awarding powers, instead of petitioning Queen Elizabeth I for a potentially more controversial full university.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has raised the stakes in the struggle for control of the U.S. Senate, forcing embattled Republican incumbents to choose between trying to appeal to moderate voters or hoping to fire up a conservative base.
IT’S no secret that students who use the newspaper as an educational resource score higher on standardised tests, develop the habit of lifelong reading and are more likely to become engaged citizens.
THE Fourth Industrial Revolution or IR4.0 is a much talked about topic by policymakers, academics and stakeholders in speeches and forums to describe how technology is revolutionising almost everything in everyday life.
THE Faculty of Arts and Social Science, Universiti Malaya (UM), recently held an inaugural lecture by Prof Dr Sharmani Patricia Gabriel of the Department of English.
SOCIAL awareness, moral consciousness and the desire to know more about Malaysia’s rich and diverse culture has steered our youths to help the Orang Asli.