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L.N. Coakley graduating senior receives Pompey scholarship
L.N. Coakley graduating senior, Demi Rolle is the second recipient of The Pompey Scholarship and has plans to study in Canada in the fall and return to Exuma as a primary school educator. Rolle, whose favorite subjects include English and history, w...
 
 
BTVI makes good on promise
Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) recently made good on a promise to Claridge Primary’s administration to build a podium for the school — a promise that was made to the school last year during International Literacy Day, as BTVI m...
 
 
Too smart to choose just one
For the first time in its two-decade history, two young women claimed The Bahamas Debutante Foundation’s Debutante of the Year title. Tyeisha Collie and Vanneisha Mackey, graduating seniors from Akhepran International Academy and St. Anne’s Scho...
 
 
36 Lyford Cay Foundations scholars graduate
Kristal Ambrose and Rashad Storr are two of the 36 Lyford Cay Foundations scholars to graduate college this year. They are among those who are excited to have developed skills that position them to fill the gaps in under-represented industries in The...
 
 
UB a recipient of a 100,000 Strong in the Americas Innovation Fund Grant
The University of The Bahamas (UB) is among 14 recipients of a 100,000 Strong in the Americas Innovation Fund Grant. UB, in partnership with Mississippi State University (MSU) and the University of The West Indies Open Campus, St. Kitts and Nevis, w...
 
 
Androsian Hannah Edomwonyi is top primary school student
Clara Evans Primary School head girl Hannah Edomwonyi, 11, is the 2017 Primary School Student of the Year. The Androsian walked away with a $6,500 scholarship, a Samsung Galaxy S7 from BTC and a laptop, as she topped the 121-strong nomination field....
 
 
Charles Hamilton meets tuition fundraising goal; preparing to head off to university
Charles Hamilton is now moving full steam ahead toward enrolling in the Europubhealth European Public Health Master program — a two-year course in public health, delivered by six European universities, leading to a double master’s degree — afte...
 
 
Q.C. student pens winning submission
It is often difficult to truly understand and empathize with a reality that is far removed from one’s own. Looking beyond the norms that define everyday existence and one’s view of the world to examine, if just for a fleeting moment, the experien...
 
 
Custom Computers launches 10th annual ‘A’s for Excellence campaign
Custom Computers Ltd. is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its annual “A’s for Excellence” campaign by giving away 10 prize bundles, including laptops, tablets and other exciting tech products. Every summer since 2007 the company has rewarde...
 
 
Education minister: Stop disrespecting technical and vocational training
New Minister of Education Jeffrey Lloyd did not mince words regarding his views on technical vocational education and training (TVET), which he said serves as the core discipline in the efficiency of any society. “Stop disrespecting technical and ...
 
 
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