Before we get down to the business of the day, a quick detour.
I opened this blog last year but I didn’t start writing then. I’ve been writing for a while now. In the past, I majorly wrote for myself and a few publications that came along. All through, I kept the pieces. Well, most of them. Read More
5pm in Daystar University Athi River campus represents the end of a formal working day. Students have already left class and the bus can be seen chugging along exiting the school. But, for a select number of students, 5pm represents a second berth, a new lease of life, a new day. Read More
There are things we do. Good things. Acts of kindness, humanity and compassion. No one tells us to do them. No one will know we did them. But we do them nonetheless. And even after doing them we don’t get acknowledged, we don’t get applauded, we don’t become famous. Read More
Let’s not shit ourselves, being in a relationship in campus means “something”. Don’t believe me? Do this: walk around school on your own. Now, walk around again, this time with a Minaj by your side. Notice the difference? Good. Read More
Recently, I wrote that the Daystar sun is unforgiving. I even went a step further and accused it of being the biggest impediment in a comrade’s life. Today, I would politely like to take back my words, the Daystar cold is indeed the granddaddy of torture. The sun laid on us a heavy yoke but the cold has made it even heavier. Read More
Before I joined university, I watched a movie called Project X. For those who haven’t, Project X is a motion picture depicting the craziest party in a youth’s life. The only word that can describe all that goes on in that movie is, “Epic”. Read More