The President of the Cuttington University in Bong County warns students of the Cuttington Junior College to focus on their studies to make successful passes rather than engage in academic malpractices such as spying and stealing of exams, among other acts of cheating.
Dr. Herman B. Browne also urges students to follow the paths of dialogue and negotiation instead of violence.He gave the admonition recently on the campus of the Cuttington Junior College in Margibi County during an interview with the New Dawn following a matriculation program for freshmen students.
Dr. Browne stresses that if students gave attention to their learning process, they would exceed in their academic sojourn.The Junior College is located along Bong Mines Road in Kakata, Margibi County, enrolling students from various parts of Margibi and outside the county.
Dr. Browne however expresses delight for the level of work done thus far by the college administration, and challenges them to do more.Cuttington is a private university operated by the Episcopal Church of Liberia.
By: Ramsey N. Singbeh/Margibi–Editing by Jonathan Browne