Violence Directed at UL VP/Provost, Dr. Wede Elliott-Brownell

As the governing body of the University of Liberia, the Board of Trustee should have vehemently condemned in the strongest terms possible the brutal...

When the Boughs Break: Liberia’s Educational Crisis

That the government of Liberia, and by default the Ministry of Education, has abdicated its responsibility to educate our children is an understatement.  Every...

I knew Mandela

The message from the State Department in early 1962 was brief and to the point.  It said simply “Nelson Mandela arrives in Bamako by...

Statement to the Nation by H.E. President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf ...

 My Fellow Citizens:We are happy to be back home. We thank the Almighty God for our successful and safe travels. As you know, to...

Planned Security Commission Underscores the Importance of Maritime Domain Awareness

In July, the Government of Liberia announced the establishment of a National Maritime Security Commission. As Liberia prepares to become an oil producing country-...

Language as A Tool for Intercultural Understanding

No one wants to be misinterpreted or misunderstood and yet not all of us speak the same language.  Our world is shaped by a...

Why Are Our Students Not Performing Up to Expected Standards?

This question, posed by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to the University of Liberia administration, is at the nerve center of any post-test inquiry into...

Tribute to an Outstanding Scholar, Banker, and Friend – Theophilus Totee...

I first met Theo, as we called him while he was a student at Monrovia College in the early 1980s. He played basketball with...

Speech Delivered by Mrs. Etmonia David Tarpeh, Minister of Education, At...

Her Excellency, the President of the General ConferenceHer Excellency, the Director General of UNESCO The Chairperson and members of the Executive Board Excellencies Ladies...

INSIDE CRC: Excessive Presidential Powers And Limitation Proposals

Politics of the 1970’s centered on ideological persuasions. Its focus was socialism and capitalism. Both old and young Liberians were caught up in the...