Amid its dream of meeting the development capacity needed for Liberia, the African Methodist Episcopal University has unveiled several new academic expansion programs.
The Press Union of Liberia has issued a warning against ethical transgressions by media institutions and practitioners during the ongoing elections season.
Months after she officially took office, the president of the University of Liberia, Ophelia Weeks, has outlined new plans to improve the institution to a level on par with other universities around the world.
The University of Liberia has called on benefactors who have committed to funding scholarships and financial aid at the institution to fulfill their obligations.
As the controversial Partnership Schools for Liberia initiative enters its second year, a report conducted by the Center for Global Development has revealed that the program is costly to run, although it significantly raised students’ learning in its first year, compared with standard public schools.
According to the results of the late July exams, out of 5,243 candidates who sat the exams at the undergraduate level, the College of General Studies, and the David A. Straz-Sinje Technical and Vocational College, 20 percent passed.
Monrovia Mayor Clara Doe Mvogo has warned political parties to desist from posting campaign flyers on public buildings or facilities in the region.
Joseph Boakai’s tenure as vice president of Liberia has been relatively quiet, particularly when considering the attention lavished on the president in whose administration he serves.