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We are building a local news website that is 100% focused on the Lagos State University campus community. aims to be your go-to source for campus news, whether it's updates on LASU shakers, movers and newsmakers, coverage of entertaining and soul-replenishing events on campus, features of ex-LASUites making us proud and doing well in their fields home and abroad, or coverage of government decisions that impact the student community.

At, we strive to help strengthen the LASU students' community by connecting you to reliable, timely and accurate information about the issues, people and businesses that matter most to the LASU campus.

We believe that local news and information should be free and accessible to all, as it plays an integral role in a healthy community. is part of Village Media’s growing network of online news sites, dedicated to providing local stories written by journalists who live and work in those communities. We are proud champions of local news and work diligently to deliver the news needed to help individuals stay engaged and informed.

Over the next few weeks, we will be hiring, establishing partnerships with local businesses and building a news site to keep you informed about our prestigious LASU campus community. If you have any questions or want to be more involved, let us know at [email protected].

While you are here, be sure to sign up for The Daily - our free daily local headlines newsletter - and be the first to know when we launch.

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Meet the Team
Dupe Akinola
Ex-LASUite (1995-1999) and current Publisher of

Dr Tunde Akanni
Editorial Advisor

Head of Department, 
Print Journalism
Department of Mass Communication
Lagos State University 

Dr Olawunmi Oni-Buraimoh
Editorial Consultant
Snr Lecturer
Department of English 
Lagos State University

Ayomide Eweje
Managing Editor
Current Editor of

News Reporters
Students of Mass Communication
Lagos State University

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