SAINTS FRISKIES BACK IN DA DAY -  PHOTO BLOG

We are excited to feature our Millennial Friskies of the Class of 2011, sharing a moment on campus during their senior year. Thanks to Agnes, those featured in the picture are:

At Back- From L-R: Shari Raji, Alcelia Sims, Aba Sackey, Teinn Payegar and Monalisa Rouhana A...

A couple of Saints Friskies from  Class of '89 sharing a moment a graduation.

July 31, 2019

Featured here are ALAMINOES of Friskies Class of '90. They are seen here posing at their Junior Prom back in 1989. These young Ladies are simply gorgeous. From left to right they are:

Ellen Cheah (Loila), Evangeline Wilson (Delaney), Samuel Carter, Quentina Stewart, Cho...

Friskies Class of '90 showing off their beautify traditional garbs. Do you recognize anyone in this picture? Tell us who they are in the comments section.

ULOIAS making memories sometime before their senior year. They would become Friskies Class of '89. If you can, please give us as many names of the girls in this picture in the comment section of this blog.

The Seniors of Saints Class of '89 posing on campus. Can you name them? 

 Friskies Color Day circa 1988. This picture features sophomores Ellen Chieh (center) and Kortoe Varpailah (right) who are members of Class of '90.

These Friskies of ULOIAS, Class of 89, enjoying a moment of recreation and relaxation. Was this their senior year? If not, what year was it? More importantly, who are they? Tell us in the comments section.

Looks like school is out and these Saints are about to hit the town. Who are they. Let us know in the comments section.

A couple of Friskies from the Class of '89, ULOIAS, strutting their stuff. Who are they? Please tell us in the comment section.

Name the Saints and Friskies in this picture, please. You can do so in the comments section

 Sangai Dukuly Cooper....a First Grade Friskie. Isn't this a cute picture?

St. Patrick’s BAFANA BAFANA (L-R: Alfred KONUWA; Cooper; Samuel Jackson; (forgot last 3 names)First African Day, ‘67 on Campus

SAINTS FRISKIES  1ST AFRICAN DAY PROGRAM ON SAINTS CAMPUS...WITH ALUMNUS RUFUS M. DARPOH (Saint ‘58) LEFT, ON THE HIGH TABLE WITH STUDENTS JUDY STRYKER, EUGENE DIXON (far right) AND WALTERS WILSON (deceased-standing left). 
 

COMMENTS BY MELVIN HALL:

When I was in Liberia during the early 90’s I had the life-changing opportunity to teach Chemistry and Geography at St. Teresa’s Convent. Over the last several years, I have attended various programs and reunions here in the U.S. and have run in...

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