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All-Bahamas Merit Scholar finishes first year at university with honors
Shannon Butler, who was arguably one of the brightest minds to graduate high school in 2013, has completed his one-year university foundation program in the British pre-med system and is now eager to commence his medical school studies in September. ...
 
 
Young men top Temple Christian School’s 2014 graduating class
Temple Christian School’s 2014 graduating class was reminded that to succeed, they would need to have a sense of personal direction. "In order to have the results you desire in the future, you must commit yourselves to embracing the necessary attr...
 
 
Student internship programs take off at Baha Mar
Bahamian college students have the opportunity to soar this summer as the eight-week Summer Dream Team Associate program, one of three coveted student internship programs at Baha Mar, got underway. The internship programs are geared towards students ...
 
 
Fear motivation or desire motivation
There are unfortunately a whole lot of people who are using fear motivation on both young people and indeed adults, without really fully understanding its destructive, negative impact on others. Let’s face it, as I stated before on many occasions i...
 
 
St. Andrew’s student raises awareness of pollution
Inspiration comes in many forms, including young Bahamians who are trying to make The Bahamas a better place. Jenna Bayles, a sixth-grade St. Andrew’s School student, is raising awareness of how bad pollution actually is in a video she produced. T...
 
 
Teachers, volunteers trained at LDI to work with special needs students
Teachers and volunteers from Baha Mar’s Leadership Development Institute (LDI) began a two-day training seminar to welcome four students with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) into the training and recruitment program yesterday. The...
 
 
It ain’t over!
There’s a well-known saying that many use over and over again and that phrase is “It ain’t over till it’s over”. This phrase is attributed to baseball great Yogi Berra. Lenny Kravitz also wrote and recorded a song with that same title, and ...
 
 
Student news
Tarpum Bay student on honor roll at Lawrence Academy GROTON, MA — Junior Aleice Goodman earned academic high honors for the spring trimester at Lawrence Academy in Groton, Mass. Aleice serves as a proctor in her dormitory and competed for the vars...
 
 
A journey that started out on faith
Charles Rose Jr.’s journey from his home on Grand Bahama to graduating from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC) with a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering started out with $3,000 in his pocket and lots of faith that he ...
 
 
The world’s most dangerous game
Now I bet my bottom dollar, as that saying goes, that when some people read the title of this particular article “The World’s Most Dangerous Game” they’ll immediately start to speculate about what particular game I’m referring to. Many may ...
 
 
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