Skimpy dresses, overdone make up, loud music and a miasma of cheap liquor and tobacco. This is a typical Friday evening in campus. After a week of classes and assignments, students need a release. Majority of the students run to the bottom of bottles with the aim of letting loose. This is known as the […]Read More The Prevalence of drug abuse in Kenyan campuses.
As times change, so do the norms and attitudes around campus. The kind of experience that the youth of today indulge in, is quite different from what their parents and those before them experienced. The older alumni will tell you of how they used to write letters to each other, have book clubs and of […]Read More The millennial campus experience in contrast with that of the past.
Did you get the most out of your schooling years? Was the information relayed to you in school aiding you in your day to day life? Well, if you studied in Kenya like I did, the answer would be a ‘No’ or a half-hearted ‘Yes’. Our school system is skewed! The curriculum needs to be […]Read More Depression and the Kenyan school system.
My mother was like a hen to chicks, always there to lead, feed and protect. Having been raised on a farm she was well versed with chores. Both within and without the house. This cultivated a ‘do it yourself’ paradigm that ensured househelps were out of the question for her. She imposed the same culture […]Read More A memoir.
A friend of mine went through a tiff with his girlfriend recently. Unfortunately, they are now broken up. He didn’t however take it well. He constantly checked on her Instagram and Facebook page. Eventually, his ex posted one of those cryptic messages, something to the tune of ‘Free at last.’ This started an all too […]Read More Social media and how it distorts reality.