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Editorial: Disagreeing with Ministry of Education Justifications

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Editorial: Disagreeing with Ministry of Education Justifications

Since the commencement of the process of registration for the next academic year on Monday, July 16, 2012, parents, guardians and self-sup[ported students continue to experience difficulties in mustering the means and funds in adherence to the mandate of the Ministry of education. Such public outcry and difficulties are a result of the arbitrary increase in tuition and other fees at the various private and ‘church’ schools in Monrovia and its environs.

 

Editorial: Hailing National Oration as Voice of Reasoning

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Editorial: Hailing National Oration as Voice of Reasoning

Thursday, July 26, 2012 Liberians across the country celebrated the nation’s hundredth and sixty-fifth Independence. In Monrovia, the official program under the auspices of the Government of Liberia befitting the day was held under the theme “Transformation of the Legacy of Development and Democracy”.

 

Editorial: Liberia @165: Celebrating Achievements or Age?

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Editorial: Liberia @165: Celebrating Achievements or Age?

Thursday, July 26, 2012 makes Liberia a hundred and sixty-five years as a “sovereign and independent state” on the continent of Africa. In conformity with a Proclamation issued recently by President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, tomorrow, July 26 will be observed across the country as a national holiday.

 

Editorial: UL Student Crisis: A Decision With Caution

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Editorial: UL Student Crisis: A Decision With Caution

The campus of a university such as the University of Liberia is not only the bedrock of intellectualism, but breeding ground for the country’s future leaders. This age-old legacy was almost broken when some undesirable students with memberships of the campus-based Student Unification Party or SUP and a Coalition of the Student Integration Movement or SIM and Student Democratic Alliance or STUDA chose path of violence over intellectualism.

 

Editorial: President Sirleaf’s Campaign Against Drug

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Editorial: President Sirleaf’s Campaign Against Drug

And Arms Trafficking Commendable, But… Recently on the sidelines of the just-ended African Union summit in Addis Ababa, the Ethiopian Capital, and Liberia’s President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf attributed Africa’s unrests to drugs and arms trade.

 
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