On Wednesday, students from the University of Liberia’s School of Pharmacy and the A. M. Dogliotti College of Medicine stormed the grounds of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the office of President George Weah, in protest of stipends they said had been delayed by six months.
In observance of International Women’s Day, stakeholders are calling for immediate action to support the Liberian Women’s Agenda. The agenda is a platform that promotes women’s empowerment and other rights.
Lofa County Community College has hosted its second commencement convocation, with 413 students obtaining associate degrees in various fields.
The University of Liberia has announced an extension in the registration period by one month.
University of Liberia students protested against the closure of the registration period for the current semester, which began on September 11 last year.
On Friday, students of the University of Liberia disrupted classes and erected roadblocks on the Fendell and Capitol Hill campuses, preventing free movement of people and vehicles.
Margibians are largely commending President George Weah for appointing one of their sons as minister of education.
Amid its dream of meeting the development capacity needed for Liberia, the African Methodist Episcopal University has unveiled several new academic expansion programs.