“Girls’ problem?” she said.
He kept mum.
“You mean your problem is deeper?” she asked.
Readjusting the look on his face, “whose problem
Soon, their voices began to percolate through my red old jarrah-wooden door. I changed my
sleeping position, rotated 180 degrees away
Over the next several months, I will be experimenting with fiction.
One: Grad School Sounds Easy
This semester I served as an ambassador of the Biochemistry Graduate Program at The University of
One: What is True?
“To say of what is, that it is; or of what is not, that it is not,
 Kurunmi (Three Crowns) by Ola Rotimi
Genre: Historical Play
Kurunmi is a historical war play staged sometimes in the 19thcentury. Aare Kurunmi,
One: Black Professors and Molecular Genetics
We do know for a fact that if you are born into a particular race
One: The 2-ways of knowing.
Friends permit me to start with Hume’s fork .
He pontificated that there are two ways of
One: Satan is Not Ugly
Let’s be frank, forget about whatever you think, Satan is not ugly.
Satan is a very good-looking
One: Mr. J
I learnt of a story, told to me by a friend, he said he had asked a scientist
Friends, over the next months, I will be writing a blog series titled ‘Philosophical Morsels’.
As the name hints, it’s going
Over the summer, I visited Seattle in Washington State to present the progress of one of my doctorate research projects
A (Short) Productivity Treatise
Free Time is De-Motivating – How to Stretch Your sp – Emails are Not Good For Your
Subtitle: Judging What We Do Not Know
This Low-Carb Thingy, My Keto Flu – 9/11 Averted by a US Politician –
The books I am reading (and going to read) this summer, covers a large swath of fields – anthropology, mathematics,
I don’t know them.
I just stumbled on them in the bar.
I don't know their names too, but they looked very
(Photo Credit: Supashegs Olusegun Aderinto)
[The presidential election in Nigeria is less than a year away, and like many Nigerians, I
Don’t Follow Your Passion – Technology is Amoral – We Are All Bags of Biases – A Mexican and a
There is a popular saying amongst the people of the Yoruba tribe in West Africa, it goes thus:
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