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Bahamian among top 20 Eno Fellows to Washington
Each year, the Eno Future Leaders Development Conference (LDC) gives 20 of the United States’ top graduate students in transportation a first-hand look at how U.S. transportation policies are developed, and Jarrell Smith, a Bahamian student at the ...
 
 
SAC wins second annual Accounting Brain Bowl competition
St. Augustine’s College students Alyssa Fox, Tanesha Collie and Gabriella Thompson teamed up to accumulate a 10,400 score to claim the win in the second annual Accounting Brain Bowl competition. The team, coached by Dianne Woodside-Johnson, bested...
 
 
Creating employers, not just employees
L.W. Young Junior High School business studies students were armed with the knowledge needed to become future business leaders, as the school’s business studies department hosted a seminar aimed at empowering them with the tools to become future le...
 
 
Rotary Peace on the Park Rally leads to BTVI scholarships
A recent Rotary-sponsored peace initiative in Bains and Grants Town has reaped rewards for two residents of the area, landing them scholarships to The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI). Lerenzo Charles and Yasmine Williams are curren...
 
 
Finalists selected for Junior Minister of Tourism Competition
With 2017 declared the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development, the 14 finalists in the Junior Minister of Tourism Speech Competition will have five minutes to present their pieces on the topic “Bahamas endangered: Promoting susta...
 
 
Stanton Charlton studying in London
Stanton Charlton, son of Stanford and Nadene Charlton, of New Providence, Bahamas, is studying in London during the spring semester 2017 through the Center for Global Education at the College of Saint Benedict in St. Joseph, Minnesota, and Saint John...
 
 
Believe and become
I’ve relayed to you on many occasions in the past in these articles, that you are an awesome, very talented, special and unique child of God. In fact, there is no other in the entire world that is exactly like you. Wow! When you reflect on that for...
 
 
Two Alf Thompson Scholarships available for internship opportunity at ‘shark lab’
Two Bahamians will be afforded the opportunity to intern at the Bimini Biological Field Station (BBFS), which is more commonly known as the “shark lab”, as applications are being accepted for the Alf Thompson Memorial Scholarship. The scholarshi...
 
 
Third time’s the charm
When the final word is correctly spelled and the winner left standing at the Scripps National Spelling Bee, Bahamian representative Jee’Von Pratt can already visualize himself in the arms of his father, Austin, and mother, Neneth, celebrating. Prat...
 
 
Doris Johnson Senior High School students recognized by BTC
Doris Johnson’s Senior High School students of the month honorees Janea David, Jayden Fritz and Cadmus Innis, as well as their peers, were encouraged to strive for success during the school’s recent honor roll and student of the month recognition...
 
 
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