Rapper Jahmani, a former student at Daystar University had to choose between school and his music career.
"After doing an interview with Pulse magazine, the Dean called me. I was told to transfer to another school if I were to continue doing secular music. Or choose to stay and continue with music after Iâm done with my degree," Jahmani, points it out.
Food has been associated with religion as far as Pythagoras and his geometry philosophy have been in existence. For this purpose, some denominations are against the eating of some types of food as it goes against their religious beliefs. Few can resist the temptation of sausages though.
At Baraton University Eldoret campus, the diet is purely vegetarian! In this case, you donât have to worry about the complications that come with red meat. Though making that choice yourself would feel better. Aside from the meaty issues, there is also the question of Coke, the worldâs top ranking brand soft drink.
Apparently the fizzy beverage is not so soft in the eyes of Baraton administrators for it is not allowed or sold within the Baraton Eldoret campus.
These are the unit that one must do to complete your degree course regardless of whether they are related to your career or not. Development Studies and HIV Studies are common units in the public universities.
However, private institutions have put their public counterparts in the shade. To spread the gospel, one has to take the Bible unit for the first and part of the second year at some of them where the compulsory units cover the Old Testament and New Testament in depth.
Baraton University in line with its state of the art Agricultural based education pushes the agenda in the compulsory units that they offer. Tractor driving is a common unit in all courses offered!
"We do Physical Education (P.E) as a compulsory unit along with Tractor driving and the rest," adds Fredy from Baraton.
All in all though freshman year gets to be a real bummer in any varsity, students have come to learn to cope with the rules as the years roll. Since rules are meant to be broken, the creative age group has come up with ways of bending the rules to their advantage. At the end of the day, whether in public or private university, they all get to sing Asher Rothâs I Love College!