Bong County Technical College and Cuttington University have signed an agreement linking the two institutions.
A female Liberian chemist, Linda Cammue, is encouraging young women and girls in Liberia to pursue their dreams with resilience regardless of insurmountable challenges.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has called on recent graduates of Cuttington University to use their education to transform the country.
Amidst the hustle and bustle of the impending 170th independence anniversary and political campaigning comes the death in his 61st year of Forkpa H. Kemah, one of a very small number of professionally trained Liberian librarians and archivists.
In an effort to beautify the main campus and reduce years of dust and mud, the administration of Cuttington University has embarked on the pavement of 4.4 km of roads on the Suakoko campus.
Representative Prince K. Moye of Bong’s second electoral district has presented a report to constituents detailing his accomplishments over the past five years.
Students from 26 universities and colleges in Liberia congregated in Gompa last weekend for the Union of Nimba University Student Association to elect its first ever leadership to a two-year term.
A group of young people in Massaquoi’s Village, Bong County, have embarked on cassava farming to improve the living standards of inhabitants within their village.