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Life can be puzzling
I’ve spoken to many people in the past who came to me for advice when they were going through difficult times, and I can tell you, that a whole lot of these people were completely puzzled by this thing called life. And my friend, I can tell you hon...
 
 
Setting children up for the day
As children return to school for the new academic year, parents should consider what their children consume to fuel their brains and bodies to get the nutrition needed to aid them in learning to the best of their ability, and what goes in their child...
 
 
Students given the space to learn, explore, tell their story, taste and create
The 10th Annual Space to Create summer camp sought to highlight that each person has a unique gift to offer the world, and each situation in life gives people a gift that is sometimes disguised by a challenge or obstacle. It’s camp this year was ho...
 
 
Erinn Spencer and Madison Cartwright win Custom Computers ‘A’s for Excellence program
Erinn Avery Spencer and Madison Elizabeth Cartwright were the winners in this year’s Custom Computers A’s for Excellence program. Queen’s College graduate Erinn won a Microsoft Surface Pro two-in-one laptop/tablet along with a stylus and keyb...
 
 
What do you expect?
There are a set of universal laws which one needs to apply to every aspect of one’s life if a fulfilled, happy and successful life is to be attained. One of these laws is the law of attraction that simply states that we attract toward us people, ci...
 
 
Four receive Tara Xavier Hepburn scholarships
Four more students have been awarded the Tara Xavier Hepburn Foundation scholarship to bring the total number of students with the award for the new academic year to 11, and the number of scholarships awarded since the inception of the program in 200...
 
 
Lyford Cay Foundations awards $529,000 in new scholarships
The Lyford Cay Foundations has awarded 35 new scholarships to the value of approximately $529,000 for students pursuing Bachelors and Master’s degrees as well as technical and vocational training programs at institutions in the United States, Canad...
 
 
FOCUS gives students and future educators an opportunity to grow
Completing its sixth Summer SLAM, FOCUS engaged some 200 students in grades five through 10 in solving real world problems from June 23 to August 5 at The College of The Bahamas. FOCUS Summer SLAM continues to be a time of growth, learning and commit...
 
 
25 schools participate in RBC Summer Arts Workshop
For the 36th consecutive year, RBC sponsored the RBC Summer Arts Workshop for students, one of the most well-known arts-related events in The Bahamas. The program has for many years played a pivotal role in the development of young Bahamian artists. ...
 
 
COB faculty encouraged to embrace change
Twelve new academics have joined the faculty complement at this semester at The College of The Bahamas (COB), among them are five Bahamian full-time faculty, three of whom hold terminal degrees in the chemistry, environmental and life sciences concen...
 
 
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