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A civic conscience
I must say that of late I’ve heard a whole lot of people on television refer to what they term as a civic conscience. Yes indeed, in today’s materialistic, acquisition oriented society, for an awful lot of people it’s all about me, what can I g...
 
 
Lila Nottage is the best of tbe best
Tamsin Nottage, a Lyford Cay International School (LCIS) sixth grade student in 2014 was first runner-up behind Xavier’s Lower School student Donovan Butler for the Bahamas Primary School Student of the year title. This year, Tamsin’s younger sib...
 
 
Liam Davis makes history: one of three valedictorians at Morehouse College’s 132nd Commencement Exercises
Morehouse College’s 132nd Commencement exercise was historic. For the first time three valedictorians were recognized during the College’s Commencement Exercises — one of whom was a Bahamian. Liam Davis, who was one of the three students to gr...
 
 
COB graduan Robert Samuel Farquharson rose above the odds
Occasionally you meet an individual who despite apparent obstacles in his or her life rises above the odds, defies society’s statistics and becomes a stellar example to others around them. Robert Farquharson a Spring 2016 Bachelor of Science gradua...
 
 
Bahamas to be represented at Caribbean students colloquium
A delegation of College of The Bahamas (COB) students will compete at the 2016 Caribbean Students Colloquium a forum designed to engage the future leaders of the Caribbean in tourism-related activities. COB is one of four teams consisting of college...
 
 
Local teacher publishes book to bring greater awareness of history for students
High school teacher Audra Tynes has launched her third book entitled “Freedom Fights: The March to Independence,” an anthology of stories and poems — based on some of the major events in the country leading up to independence. Although the stor...
 
 
What is karma?
You know, there are a whole lot of people who use words incorrectly day after day, year in and year out. Now what happens with so many of the words that are indeed used incorrectly is that they eventually get accepted as the norm in every day circles...
 
 
Who’s Who in primary schools
It’s a huge field —110 finalists — but in the final analysis, only one person will walk away with the Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year title, a $6,500 scholarship and a laptop computer — their share of a prize purse totaling $146,00...
 
 
Unexpected generosity
Not many people are aware that Cat Island even has a children’s home, so when Pastor Perry Wallace, chairman of the Old Bight Children’s Home’s executive board was contacted about a private donation from a New Providence-based family, he was su...
 
 
Young benefactors donate allowance to Save The Bays
It took about three weeks and committing to extra chores, but two sixth grade students at St. Andrew’s School pooled their resources to donate $100 to Save the Bays on Earth Day. “They walked in and said ‘Do you remember us?’” said Romauld...
 
 
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