Face to Face With The Beauty With Brains Outgoing Miss MMUST Tinah Wanjiku

Face to Face With The Beauty With Brains Outgoing Miss MMUST Tinah Wanjiku

When she walks past people, they just can’t help but stare. They sell all their attention to her and she buys it for free! The stares may turn into drooling especially when she is in a pair of nude flared block heels with neat pedicure sticking out of them. Scaling up is a red bodycon, highslit bareback dress. The perfect outfit for a date, but not just any date, a date with destiny as a beauty pageant. That was her killer outfit when she was crowned Miss MMUST 2018/2019. Meet Christine Wanjiku, popularly known as Tinah. I didn’t know what to expect before I first met her. But the social scene around campus sure had prepared me for what the eyes of beholders call beauty. And as the interview began with a walk around campus to a cool place we could sit, just like me, you are in for a […]

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Let’s talk with the Classic Man, Phil Abuto, Outgoing Mr. MMUST.

Let’s talk with the Classic Man, Phil Abuto, Outgoing Mr. MMUST.

People think it’s all about being a fashionista, handsome, tall and a bonus of being dark. The perfect definition of a man who makes the ladies curtsy and have trouble sleeping at night. But that’s not what being a male pageant is all about. A young man, whose aura speaks before him bears the definitions above as if the maker felt like he hadn’t blessed him enough as a boy child. More into what being a male pageant is about is what he will tell us today and what he will not say is already said through his actions ever since he was titled Mr. MMUST. I’m talking about none other than Phil Abuto, the 2018/2019 Mr. MMUST. He is among the not so many men whose reputation precedes them. I could feel it when I shook his hand firmly when I finally met him for an interview. I couldn’t […]

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The 2019 MMUST Cultural Week (Tamasha) In A Nutshell

The 2019 MMUST Cultural Week (Tamasha) In A Nutshell

A time comes when the daily inflow of comrades into campus begins to rise. They will be wearing friendly faces; smiles from one corner of their faces to the other, walking with a spring in their step among other jovial involuntary illustrations. Well, you may note a few beans in the maize since others may seem stranded and less cheerful. Let’s assume the pressures from class is the cause of that. Although we know too well that many times academics is the least of most comrades’ worries. For instance, you’d hear some say, “Bwana baridi imezidi.” It’s definitely not cold in class, is it? When you begin to note all these and the air in and around campus smells less of books and more of expectance, then you need not wait to be told that a major event is on the way. It is none other than The Cultural Week, […]

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Why Establishing Your Talent And Passion While In Campus is Beneficial

Why Establishing Your Talent And Passion While In Campus is Beneficial

Everyone was born to do something. Something that is unique, first, in their own eyes and to the world around them. These things are greatly driven by the special abilities we all have lying on a bedrock somewhere within us. Some are privileged to have known them already while some still wonder what on earth they are specially good at. In this first part, we’ll venture into what makes discovering our talents and passions a big deal in life and especially while in campus. You might be asking, what’s this talent and passion all about? A special ability is a talent. And a talent is what you can do in a peculiar way that not everybody can do. Anyone can cook but not everyone can qualify to be a chef. From a talent rises passion. It’s what you love as a result of the talent. Your heart is ever beating […]

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