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Crawl, walk, run
I’m sure that just about all of my valued readers, wherever in the world you may be, have heard that well-known saying which goes like this, “Rome wasn’t built in a day.” No it certainly wasn’t. This saying simply makes us aware of the fact...
 
 
Nia Cambridge tops the class
While their past may be filled with amazing memories, St. Augustine’s College (SAC) valedictorian Nia Cambridge told her peers that what lies ahead of them will be even more profound. She is eager to see where each member of the 116-strong class wo...
 
 
Denisha Demeritte scores top ‘Laws of Life’ essay win
Kingsway Academy student Denisha Demeritte, Queen’s College student Ameir Taylor, Columbus Primary student Rodnika Francois and College of The Bahamas student Chyna McCartney are all winners. They won their respective divisions in the Templeton Wor...
 
 
Make it Valentine’s today
A few months ago, we observed Valentine’s Day on February 14. As usual there were lots of colorful posts on Facebook with pictures of hearts and beautiful red roses with the word “Love” boldly stated as the person who posted it wished his or he...
 
 
QC graduates told to step up and be leaders
Queen’s College (QC) graduates were urged to be leaders in their generation whatever they decide to do in life by Nassau Guardian General Manager Brent Dean at their graduation ceremony. “You are of the best and brightest of this next generation...
 
 
GHS graduate earns $40,000 scholarship
Government High School (GHS) graduate Le’Andra Mackey has earned a $40,000 four-year scholarship to pursue post secondary studies at The College of The Bahamas, and entry into the prestigious President’s Scholars Program as winner of the Tristar ...
 
 
Every part of the journey counts
I’m quite sure that you’ve heard someone at some time say something like this, “I really don’t know why I have to keep on going through difficult times in my life — what’s the purpose of it all?” Yes indeed, many utter such phrases over...
 
 
COB graduates 594
Trevor O. Johnson, Jr. a Bachelor of Education with a secondary certification major received top honors for Spring 2016 and took home The College of The Bahamas President’s, Alumni, Governor General’s Awards as well as the School of Education’s...
 
 
Bahamian Casey Bethel named Georgia’s 2017 teacher of the year
JADE-ERIN MITCHELL Guardian Intern   Casey Bethel is Georgia’s 2017 Teacher of the Year. The science educator and mentor at New Manchester High School in Douglasville, Georgia, is a Bahamian. As Georgia’s 2017 Teacher of the Year, Bethel ...
 
 
St. Paul’s Methodist takes CFAL’S Junior Investor trophy back to Freeport
St. Paul’s Methodist College carted off the Junior Investor trophy to Grand Bahama, marking the second time that the school earned first place in the financial literacy program developed by leading investment and financial analysis firm CFAL. The J...
 
 
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