There has been no improvement in conditions at Cuttington university despite the suspension of the president, Herman Browne.
Nimba County Community College’s Class of 2016 has erected a statue on the main campus of the college in honor of the college’s first president.
Education Minister Ansu Sonii has ordered about 28 teachers dismissed during the September 2016 student protests in Margibi to be reinstated.
Six Liberians have been selected to receive a tuition free education at Strathmore University in Kenya. Three of those students, all girls, hail from the St. Peter Claver Catholic High School in Buchanan.
Mercy Corps has graduated 169 students from its Light Up Liberia program, a four-month technical and vocational training program in renewable energies.
ArcelorMittal has trained six Liberians to be locomotive drivers, with the graduation ceremony taking place this past Tuesday in Buchanan.
The Liberia International Christian College has broken grounds for the construction of a secondary school in Ganta to prepare students for higher education.
Calm has returned to Cuttington University after nearly three days of violent protests by students, as the university’s board has announced James Tamba as the acting president of the university, in place of Herman Browne.