About a day ago, the 15th President of the University of Liberia was inaugurated in a historic ceremony held at the Fendall Campus. Dr. Julius Julukon Sarwolo Nelson seems ready to efficaciously pilot this flight. As I sat keenly listening to Dr. Nelson outlining a number of reforms his administration is prepared to undertake, his power-packed inaugural address reawakened lost hope. His speech arouse resounding claps and cheers at different intervals. The tasks ahead are herculean but Dr. Nelson has promised to confront them through real vision and concrete action. Is UL en route to Renaissance? Op-ed 

RE: SIM Rebuttal Statement to The Liberian Listener

                                                                                                   The Editor, The STUDENT INTEGRATION MOVEMENT (SIM) secretariat brings you a warm revolutionary greeting. This letter is to inform your office of the action taken by your entity, “The LIBERIAN LISTENER.”  The SIM recent document that was presented to you and edited by your staff did not meet the satisfaction of SIM! It can be recalled that SIM sent copies of its “PRESS STATEMENTS” on the 18th &…

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About a day ago, the 15th President of the University of Liberia was inaugurated in a historic ceremony held at the Fendall Campus. Dr. Julius Julukon Sarwolo Nelson seems ready to efficaciously pilot this flight. As I sat keenly listening to Dr. Nelson outlining a number of reforms his administration is prepared to undertake, his power-packed inaugural address reawakened lost hope. His speech arouse resounding claps and cheers at different intervals. The tasks ahead are herculean but Dr. Nelson has promised to confront them through real vision and concrete action. Is UL en route to Renaissance? Op-ed 

SIM Cautions UL Administration Regarding PROSA’s “Protest“ on August 24, 2022, after SUP announced its protest

For Immediate Release                       Dear President Nelson: A warm greeting comes to your office from the Pan Africanist Revolutionary Student Integration Movement (SIM) of the University of Liberia. This letter comes to remind you that since the 14YEARS CIVIL WARS in Liberia ended, Liberians have undergone challenges while building their lives and do not want to go back to war! Most Liberians currently frown on all forms of violence in Liberia, and they fear the occurrence of more violent acts, especially…

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