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SAC tops CFAL Junior Investor Competition
An all-female team from St. Augustine’s College (SAC) won the 2016–2017 CFAL Junior Investor Competition, taking home a $2,500 prize and summer internships. SAC’s coach and the company’s manager of brokerage and trading, Jeanelle Francis, sa...
 
 
Enrique Pyfrom claims Most Distinguished Achiever title
St. Anne’s School’s Enrique Pyfrom walked away with the title of Most Distinguished Achiever during Junior Achievement Bahamas’ 38th annual awards ceremony. He took home an $8,000 scholarship from Cable Bahamas. Malachi Munroe, a graduating Qu...
 
 
24 earn Youth Environment Ambassador certification
Zhyir Miranda, 12, knew even as a youngster that littering was wrong. But it wasn’t until she signed up for Youth Environmental Ambassadors (YEA) and saw the damage it could do to marine life that she fully understood littering isn’t just ugly, b...
 
 
Traven Cargill, UB leader for life
Speak with Traven Cargill on any occasion and he will enthusiastically share his rich and diverse experiences as a student of the University of The Bahamas (UB), telling stories of leadership, volunteerism, sacrifice and camaraderie. A candidate for...
 
 
UB aims to raise $500K for endowment through inaugural President’s Gala Soiree
The University of The Bahamas (UB) will continue to celebrate its university status by ending the first year with a soirée aimed at raising half a million dollars for the university endowment to realize the vision of the University of The Bahamas in...
 
 
Creatively funding education
Charles Hamilton was the first person in his family to achieve an undergraduate education and is now seeking to earn a master’s of public health after being accepted into the Europubhealth+master course — a two-year course in public health, deliv...
 
 
SAC takes 10th IBS Build-A-Bridge Challenge
Jared Nurse, Sherina Abdool, Gaberille Kelson, Tyrone Perpall and Raymond Oriakhi comprised the St. Augustine’s College (SAC) squad, which, for the second consecutive year, took home the win at the IBS (Integrated Building Services) Build-A-Bridge ...
 
 
South Andros school wins math competition
South Andros High School was victorious at the recent sixth annual mathematics competition hosted by S.C. McPherson Junior High School. Tristan Smith, a ninth grade student of the winning school, said he was excited that his school won the competiti...
 
 
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...
 
 
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