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Kill the ants
Well well — it would appear that D. Paul is going to give us a lesson today on how to be an exterminator according to the title of this article, kill the ants you may state with a look of disbelief on your face. Not really, this article is all abou...
 
 
An amazing summer story to tell
StemForce Bahamas (SFB) is an amazing summer program that has given a few lucky public school students from New Providence, Grand Bahama and Long Island the opportunity to take the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) learning outside the...
 
 
Let the music play
Thirteen years after becoming a member of faculty at Kingsway Academy, the students impacted by the school’s music teacher and choir director, Francyss Pratt, reunited to say “thank you” to the educator who has recently retired. More than 70 c...
 
 
Scotiabank invests $2,000,000 in Junior Achievement for ‘Road to Success’
Scotiabank is investing $2,000,000 in Junior Achievement’s (JA) project Road to Success. JA is one of the largest nongovernmental organization (NGOs) in the world devoted to inspiring and preparing youth to be successful in today’s global economy...
 
 
Left or right?
I remember I wrote an article some time back titled “The Middle Road” which was all about balance in our lives. In “The Teachings of Buddha,” the middle road is the expression used to highlight the importance of balance in our lives. So D. P...
 
 
Kingsway Academy’s ‘Flight 16’
Kingsway Academy valedictorian Kiah Rolle is taking to the next phase of her life with the knowledge that she has been prepared to venture out into the world and excel in her field of interest, and she let it be known during her speech during the sch...
 
 
47 given a ‘fighting chance’ in first Summer Bridging Programme
Forty-seven students are being given a fighting chance at a successful college career after being chosen to participate in The College of The Bahamas’ (COB) first Summer Bridging Programme. The students will participate in a six-week academically ...
 
 
BTVI’s first president assumes his post today
Fulbright specialist, Dr. Robert W. Robertson has been appointed the first president of the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institution (BTVI). Robertson reports for duty today. BTVI chairman Felix Stubbs said they had been impressed by the intern...
 
 
COB students head to China
Twenty Bahamian students are making preparations to travel to China to participate in the Mandarin Language Scholarships Chinese Cultural Programme, courtesy of The Confucius Institute at The College of The Bahamas (COB). Included in the participant...
 
 
Lyford Cay International school graduates encouraged to make an impact on a daily basis
Lyford Cay International School (LCIS) graduates were encouraged to focus on what is important, and cut out the noise as they move forward into the next stage of their life by Vikram Gandhi founder of VSG Capital Advisors Pvt Ltd and founder of Asha ...
 
 
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