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Chanco students shine as Trainee Teachers

In 2018, Chancellor College and Saint Andrews International School signed an MoU, which would see some students from...

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College holds teacher-librarian course

On 11th and 12th February, 2019, Chancellor College Library (CCL) carried out a residential training course for 32 teacher-librarians fr...

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College heads and deans attend leadership retreat

It is a tradition at Chancellor College to arrange training workshops for new leadership in faculties and departments. ...

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Girls in STEAM hold Science Day for secondary school students

As Chancellor College prides itself on community service, one group of staff that have always been exemplary are the...

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Chanco in tree planting drive

Chancellor College has a lot of land. The physical infrastructure occupies a smaller fraction of the existing l...

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Students engage in inter-year basketball tournament

Sports activities are very important among Chancellor College students. They are not just a way of keeping fit—they also enhance social camaraderie. ...

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Students engage in 16 Days of Activism

In December, 2018, students engaged in the 16for16 campaign, which was part of the global 16 Days of Activism. The campaign was led by Limodzi, which is a grouping of three students: Phindu Banda, Taonga Msowoya, and Samuel Gausi. The group received some funding from UN Women to carry out activities during the 16 days. They partnered with...

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New publication on African Philosophy

It is always a moment of celebration at Chancellor College when an academic publishes a book. And all academics realize that a book counts for a lot for knowledge dissemination, prestige, and of course, promotion. The latest to publish his work is Dr. Grivas Kayange, a member of staff in the Department of Philosophy and current Dean of Hu...

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British High Commissioner visits PAS Department

The Political and Administrative Studies Department through the student’s PAS Society, hosted the British High Commissioner, Ms Holly Tett, at the Faculty of Law boardroom on 20th November 2018. This was a visit that the students had initially intended to have with the High Commissioner at the Embassy in Lilongwe. During the short v...

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Debating the role of the youth in corruption

Corruption is one of the biggest ills plaguing Malawi. This was one of the central points raised at a recent debate on corruption held at Chancellor College. According to Ms. Samantha Soyiyo, a lecturer in the PAS department, the department was approached by the US Embassy. The Embassy wished to commemorate the World Anti-Corruption day. ...

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