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Preparing for higher education
It doesn’t make a difference where you come from — because if you can dream it, you can achieve it. That was the message Temple University graduate and artist Jeffrey Meris delivered to high school students during the Public School Scholars Progr...
 
 
Akhepran students participate in live virtual college fair
Fifteen percent of the 107 students at Akhepran International Academy received college acceptance letters, and over $35,000 in scholarships from various colleges after participating in the annual International Students Day Live Virtual College Fair. ...
 
 
Distrust, fear and xenophobia
At the time of writing this particular article the U.K. has just had its memorable referendum and as a result it is leaving the European Union. Many people in the U.S. and major business organizations are indeed quite upset by the decision to leave t...
 
 
Agricultural scientist brings training to BAMSI
The Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI) recently staged a two-day tutorial in plant propagation/tissue culture led by one of the top biotechnologists in the region. Almost 50 students, farm associates and stakeholders in BAMSI...
 
 
Heads shaved for a good cause
Lucaya International School (LIS) promotes helping those who are in need, as well as teaching its students to lend a hand. The school participates annually in beach clean-ups, Grand Bahama Children's Home fundraisers and various food and toy drives. ...
 
 
Sts. Francis & Joseph students score string of wins at national arts festival
Sts. Francis & Joseph students danced and sang their way to several wins at the 2016 E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival. The school emerged as national winner in the categories “drumline, 12 and under”, “story telling, 12 and under...
 
 
Interactive dialogue to commemorate National Women’s Week explores women as equal partners with men
The issue of whether women are truly empowered to make decisions that would benefit them in their country, or whether they are still being heavily influenced by men even to their own detriment, became a hot topic at an interactive dialogue session he...
 
 
BTVI further explores opportunities with Canadian college
The government of Canada’s Department of Global Affairs recently selected President of the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) Dr. Robert W. Robertson, as a scholar in the Emerging Leaders in the Americas Program (ELAP). Co-organized...
 
 
New marriage book aims to enhance and restore marriages
Author Teri M. Bethel is helping married couples put their relationships on the right track through her recently published book, “My Marriage Matters”. In this second edition, Bethel addresses a number of issues common to married couples, such as...
 
 
Be forgiving
Now let me commence here today by asking you a very important question. Now, Listen Up, here goes with the question. Did you ever hear someone say something like this: “I will never, ever forgive such and such because what he or she did to me was...
 
 
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