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Seniors encouraged to make college preparation plans during Christmas break
Every high school senior aspiring to go to college should have preparation of college and scholarship applications on their to-do list during the Christmas break, along with the various parties and general revelry of the season, according to Dr. Giav...
 
 
Pomp and pageantry
I was watching a program on PBS about Great Britain and all of its pomp and pageantry where the queen and Prince Philip attended various ceremonies with all sorts of soldiers all dressed up in colorful uniforms, a horse drawn carriage and so much mor...
 
 
Never too old to LEARN
Twenty-seven years ago under the leadership of Phillip Cash, Queen’s College (QC) launched its Centre for Further Education (CFE) with the goal of providing opportunities through part-time courses. These courses would be geared toward adults, to im...
 
 
Over 350 graduate MOT’s Bahama Host Program, urged to excel
Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism Harrison Thompson encouraged over 350 new Bahama Host graduates to take the country’s tourism product to new heights. Thompson spoke during the graduation ceremony that included professionals from the...
 
 
Education minister to receive award at Education Business Forum
Minister of Education, Science and Technology Jerome Fitzgerald will be one of two recipients of the Friend of the Industry Award to be presented at the Education Business Forum in New York on Friday, December 9. The two-day forum is hosted by the Ed...
 
 
Look at me, please!
My friend, do you know some people who are always doing outlandish things to draw attention to themselves? Now I believe that the answer to that simple question is indeed in the affirmative as it appears to me, that many are engaged in way out acts o...
 
 
Preparing for higher education
It doesn’t make a difference where you come from — because if you can dream it, you can achieve it. That was the message Temple University graduate and artist Jeffrey Meris delivered to high school students during the Public School Scholars Progr...
 
 
Akhepran students participate in live virtual college fair
Fifteen percent of the 107 students at Akhepran International Academy received college acceptance letters, and over $35,000 in scholarships from various colleges after participating in the annual International Students Day Live Virtual College Fair. ...
 
 
Distrust, fear and xenophobia
At the time of writing this particular article the U.K. has just had its memorable referendum and as a result it is leaving the European Union. Many people in the U.S. and major business organizations are indeed quite upset by the decision to leave t...
 
 
Agricultural scientist brings training to BAMSI
The Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI) recently staged a two-day tutorial in plant propagation/tissue culture led by one of the top biotechnologists in the region. Almost 50 students, farm associates and stakeholders in BAMSI...
 
 
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