Hopes and expectations at the University of Liberia (UL) have been heightened by Dr. Julius Sarwolo Nelson’s declaration to work collectively with his team of administrators to mobilize additional resources to assist in taking good care of UL’s faculty and staff in the not-too distant future.
The debate whether children under five should enter school or be properly taken care of by their mothers has been elevated to another level with Vice President Jewel- Howard Taylor recommending the reintroduction of the old days to resurface in Liberia.
Several residents in and out of Buchanan City, Grand Bassa County, have lauded the administration of Vision College in the city for the provision of quality education to the youthful population.
The Liberia Land Authority has launched a five-year capacity building program for inclusive land administration and management. The project was launched at the weekend at its head office in Monrovia.
Blue Crest University College-NIIT Liberia has commenced offering Advanced Certificates in Fashion Designs; the first of its kind in Liberia. This institution, widely known for offering Certificate and Bachelor in Information Communication Technology (ICT) and Business Studies, has added Fashion Designs to is impressive academic courses.
Sixty-eight(68) young professionals on Friday, October 18, 2019 graduated from the Blue Crest University College after four years of intensive studies. The graduates, in a happy mood, danced and celebrated their exit from the university College, especially setting a record as the first batch of graduates from the school.
Three private schools in Monrovia have expressed disappointment over the recent action of the Monrovia Consolidated School System (MCSS), who threw stones and invectives at students of some privately run institutions.
Presidential Press Secretary: Violent Conduct Prevents President Weah From Meeting Protesting MCSS StudentsFriday, 18 October 2019 20:51 Written by Catherine B. Nyenkan
Amid diverse public reactions as to why President George Weah did not disembark his vehicle on Tuesday to talk to protesting students from the Monrovia Consolidated School System (MCSS) who had gathered at the entrance of his Foreign Affairs office, Presidential Press Secretary Isaac Solo Kelgbeh has said it was unsafe for the President to engage with the students because they were violent and not civilized.