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Rebecca wants you to have a heart
At 10 years old, Rebecca Roberts already has a sense of philanthropy and is on a mission to raise money to aid the work of The Sir Victor Sassoon Heart Foundation, which helps children born with heart problems, and raise awareness of the work the fou...
 
 
Adventure challenge in Grenada
Participants in the Governor General’s Youth Award (GGYA) leapt out of their comfort zone embarking on a 16-day, challenging adventurous journey to hilly Grenada, home to numerous nutmeg plantations from which the island derives its colorful nickna...
 
 
The teacher returns to the classroom
Ramona Wells, national teacher of the year first runner-up used her summer to share best practices with educators and to further her training. Since the beginning of summer, the educator at C.H. Reeves Junior School has presented at plenary sessions...
 
 
Spotlight on budding BTVI fashion students
Ashley Smith is experiencing an adrenaline rush as time draws nigh for the Miss Bahamas Organization’s (MBO) Top Model competition. She will be vying for the top designer award. Smith will be among 15 fashion design students and alum of The Bahama...
 
 
Thinking outside the box
I’m sure that all of my valued readers have heard the well-known and often used phrase that is the title of this article “Thinking outside the box”, but what exactly does it mean, many may query? Well let me relay to you an incident that happen...
 
 
Passion Discovering her
Shannan Yates has always had a passion for the environment, but it wasn’t until she met Dr. Chuck Knapp, vice-president, conservation and research at Shedd Aquarium at a conference on Bahamian natural history that she realized she didn’t necessar...
 
 
Eight Bahamians awarded Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association Education Foundation scholarships
Eight Bahamians are among a record 36 Caribbean-based students who have received a portion of $141,800 in funding from the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association Education Foundation (CHTAEF), enabling Caribbean nationals to pursue higher education ...
 
 
Junior school students receive an education in water importance
Forest Heights School’s Jovan Bailey and Temple Christian School’s Chris Wu topped their respective categories to win at the Water and Sewerage Corporation’s (WSC) Wet and Wise Essay and Video Competition for junior school students. Bailey fro...
 
 
Teens ‘Hack.IT’ at STEMBoard camp
Suggestions to prevent frequent power outages and technological strategies to help the Royal Bahamas Defence Force were among the ideas students presented to facilitators at this year’s STEMBoard’s Hack.IT camp. The junior and senior school stude...
 
 
It’s good to cry
There are unfortunately a whole lot of people who incorrectly think that it’s a sign of weakness when one cries, particularly men who were perhaps taught that as that well-known saying puts it, big boys don’t cry. Well, as far as I’m concerned ...
 
 
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