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Jamaican aviator to join Bahamian rocket scientist at Hack
Jamaican aviator, Barrington Irving, the youngest person to pilot a plane around the world solo, is scheduled to address this year’s STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) camp in New Providence. He will address camp attendees on the fina...
 
 
We all need someone to lean on
There’s a particular commercial which is aired on T.V. a lot these days, and the background music playing during the commercial is the very popular song of some years ago “Lean on Me” which I remember playing a lot when I was a professional mus...
 
 
JA pulls in $4.5 million in scholarship offers
St. Anne’s School graduate Jeffon Stubbs’ dream of a college education is about to come to fruition. He will depart the country in August to begin post-secondary studies at Morgan State University. Jeffon, 17, a St. Anne’s School graduate is o...
 
 
Chan Pratt Foundation forms art scholarship endowment at COB
The Chan Pratt Foundation, founded by the family of the late Bahamian artist Chan Pratt in an effort to preserve his legacy as a forerunner of Bahamian art, has committed itself to establishing a Chan Pratt Memorial Endowment at the College of The Ba...
 
 
New president: BTVI is not a dumping ground
The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) is not a dumping ground for low-achieving students or those who are not college material, according to Dr. Robert W. Robertson, the first president of the institution. He said people who have a vo...
 
 
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...
 
 
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