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Information for life
“Get over the idea that only children should spend their time in study. Be a student so long as you still have something to learn, and this will mean all your life.”— Henry L. Doherty. The library is the perfect place for lifelong learning, so...
 
 
Students receive the gift of reading
During this season of giving, the students at Claridge Primary School received tangible gifts that could have lasting impact and remain relevant beyond the holiday season. Minister of Education Jerome Fitzgerald, who is also the Member of Parliament...
 
 
Sammie Starr’s ‘We Can Change the World’ wins Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers song competition
Sammie “Starr” Poitier’s anthem “We Can Change The World” featuring the St. Anne’s School Choir emerged the winner of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology’s (MOEST) 19th Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers (19CCE...
 
 
BTVI students get the opportunity to study in Canada
Four Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) students have been afforded the opportunity to study in Canada for two semesters on Emerging Leaders in the Americas Program (ELAP) scholarships. Lynderia Clarke and Renel Pierre will study elec...
 
 
The future is now
So D. Paul, what exactly do you mean by the title of this article, “The future is now?” Well, several things actually. Firstly, we have such an array of marvelous technology, that we’re able to do things on the Internet for example which we cou...
 
 
Kingsway primary students evaluate the amount of waste they generate
Kingsway Academy’s lower primary school students and teachers have taken on the challenge to minimize the impact they have on the environment through proper waste management by being more mindful of how they generate garbage and where it goes, and ...
 
 
URCA sponsors students to regional training workshop
The Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority (URCA) has made it possible for two technical education students to enhance their knowledge of the rapidly developing area of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) through a regional worksh...
 
 
Loving unconditionally
There are a whole lot of people who use a whole lot of words which they really don’t mean. Now bearing this in mind, there are many who profess to love another — a spouse, a parent, a relative, a child or friend who are in effect really just kidd...
 
 
Eight Mile Rock student snags PSA competition win
Eight Mile Rock High School’s Satori Curry claimed first place in the recent Keep Grand Bahama Clean (KGBC) public service announcement (PSA) competition. Curry’s PSA said “littering doesn’t help us; the attraction of the land and beaches is...
 
 
Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year Foundation president appointed to Bethune-Cookman University’s Board of Visitors
Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year Foundation President and CEO, Ricardo Deveaux was recently appointed to Bethune-Cookman University’s (BCU) newly created Board of Visitors, a support organization created by the University’s Board of Tru...
 
 
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