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Invest in yourself
I was watching the program “Shark Tank” on T.V. a little while back and, of course, as usual there was an array of people with new ideas which they were presenting to the “Sharks”, hoping to get one of them to invest in their particular idea....
 
 
The gentlemen of Aquinas College
Stephen Seymour, Karrington Culmer, Gregory Stubbs, Kriston Clarke and Kyle Smith were among the impressive cadre of young men from schools throughout New Providence who recently participated in the 26th annual Gentlemen’s Club Ball, and contribute...
 
 
The next generation of ‘gentlemen’
The Gentlemen’s Club was founded by Dr. Judson and Marcheta Eneas in 1992. It is a preparatory organization for young men in their final year of high school. The club teaches its members about character building; respect; etiquette; elocution; groo...
 
 
Johnathan Johnson selected Gentleman of the Year 2017
For Johnathan Johnson, his aspiration of becoming an oncologist is personal, and the $17,000 scholarship he was awarded after being named Gentleman of the Year 2017 will assist the St. Augustine’s College (SAC) graduating senior as he begins his po...
 
 
Garvin Tynes students encouraged to believe in themselves
Garvin Tynes Primary School students were encouraged to believe in themselves and were reassured of their academic value and purpose in the country by BTC Vice President of Project Management and Engineering Jonathan Ford. “You matter. You have va...
 
 
Kingsway Academy students tour Canadian colleges
The seeds of knowledge, determination, steadfastness and dreams and hopes of a bright future have hopefully been planted in the minds of a group of Kingsway Academy students after their most recent college tour, according to school principal and tour...
 
 
UB School of Business team 4th at inaugural Chartered Financial Analyst Caribbean Research Challenge
After more than 300 hours of research and report writing, the University of The Bahamas’ (UB) School of Business team to the inaugural Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Caribbean Research Challenge returned home with a fourth place showing. The UB...
 
 
An ‘anything goes’ society
Our society, if it’s to stand the test of time and thus survive and thrive, must have a set of very definite and specific rules and regulations that are kept in place and upheld by the courts. In other words, we live by the rule of law that is, of ...
 
 
Bahamian medical students awarded CIBC FirstCaribbean scholarships
Bahamian medical students Yamir Smith and Emma Tuletta, who are studying psychology at the University of the West Indies, were among a cohort of 15 from around the Caribbean to benefit from this year’s CIBC FirstCaribbean Scholarship. Scholarships...
 
 
Recognizing the best and brightest in the primary schools
The country’s best and brightest graduating sixth grade students will share $132,000 in scholarships and prizes worth $25,000, with the ultimate top student of the year walking away with a $6,500 scholarship and a laptop. Talented students from ar...
 
 
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