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Managing your Mental Health by Managing Expectations

Coming back home after a year's worth of study abroad is considered by most a good thing.

Service Opportunities for Students in Zimbabwe

If you’re looking towards going abroad for tertiary education, these days just having good grades is not enough if you’re looking to secure a spot at one of the top universities in the world.

IFPRI – My Food, Our Future

International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) is calling on all young filmmakers worldwide to submit a short video of solutions for worldwide access to health, diverse and affordable diets for its 2nd annual My Food, Our Future video competition.

“Artivism” – a Pachoto Open Mic Soul Session

Katswe Sistahood hosted the Pachoto Open Mic Soul Session last Friday in line with their vision of advocacy or activism through art or as they would like to call it, "artivism".

CULTURAL GIANTS: Stephen Joel Chifunyise.

We neglect our cultural giants when they are alive. Once they are dead everyone competes to mourn and shower praises on them.

STEPHEN JOEL CHIFUNYISE – A LEGEND SLEEPS

The lion of Gutu, Stephen Joel Chifunyise, Shumba Sipambi is no more. At around 18:30 hrs on Monday 5 August 2019, Stephen peacefully succumbed after a brave battle with cancer at his home, surrounded by his family. Seemingly like a great choreography, Stephen “decided to rest.” He was 70 at the time of his death.

“FAIRYTALES OF FEMALE EMPOWERMENT” – a solo exhibition by Shanice Sasha Jones

The perception that female emancipation and empowerment kills a woman’s mystery has been obliterated by 25 year old Fine Artist, Shanice Sasha Jones in her solo exhibition, Fairytales of Female Empowerment at the Zimbabwe-German Society.

Introduction to Fraternity Life (Part 2)

For some, joining a fraternity is about recognition, getting your jersey with your pledge name on it with the hopes that it will help them elevate to a new status within the college society. For others, frat life is all about the parties, the drinking, and just doing every small thing in excess for the pure banter. For me though, the whole reason I joined a fraternity, was so that I could feel some sort of inclusion, on a campus where I strongly felt out of place.

Introduction to Fraternity Life (Part 1)

Forget everything that you think you know about fraternities in America. Well, actually on second thought, don’t forget everything exactly, as it’s no easy slice of pie, American Pie that is.

Tips and Tricks for Studying Abroad

College is a big deal, and selecting the right university for you that offers exactly what you want can be very difficult. Not only do you have to think about the tuition, visa processes and the duration of study, but also the type of climate in the region, the demographics of the university as well as just how far you’re willing to move away from home.

Awareness Campaign on Alcohol and Substance Abuse

Join us this Saturday 5 January at St Canisius Catholic Hall, Civic Centre (Marlborough, Harare) for an awareness campaign on alchol, substance...

Interact Spar Shoebox Challenge 2018

The 2019 Interact Board members completed the Spar Shoebox Challenge of 2018. Enough stationery was donated by pupils in...
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