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Jasmin’s ready to step up if needed
Jasmin Adamson may have finished second at the National Spelling Bee, which means that she officially goes to the Scripps National Spelling Bee as an observer, but she has not stopped studying, because she says in life you never know what could happe...
 
 
Coconut Grove Preschool students celebrate school’s 25th anniversary with sports day
With physical activity vital to the holistic development of young people, fostering their physical, social and emotional health, the Coconut Grove Preschool engaged its young students in a sports day to celebrate the school’s 25th anniversary. Coc...
 
 
BTVI students schooled in social netiquette
Think before you post — that was the simple, yet thought-provoking message Assistant Superintendent of Police Detective Mark Barrett wanted to impart to students. The 26-year veteran spoke to an entrepreneurship prep class at the Bahamas Technical ...
 
 
COB’s Foreign Languages Day festival sharpens focus on language diversity
Advancements in technology are shrinking the divides of national borders as the world becomes a global village. It means that mastering multiple languages and becoming familiar with various cultures other than one’s own is advantageous. The Foreig...
 
 
FirstCare’s third annual Autism in The Bahamas essay contest opens
FirstCare Medical Plan continues its efforts to increase autism awareness in the country by hosting the third annual Autism in The Bahamas essay contest open to all students in grades seven through 12. Students are challenged to write an essay under ...
 
 
Stay up in down times
Now as all of my valued readers will be fully aware of, I’m consistently advocating the absolute need for people to be positive in outlook if they really wish to succeed in life. That’s right, an essential ingredient in any success recipe is PMA,...
 
 
Educating youth on the importance of coral reefs
Bahamian scientist, Nikita Shiel-Rolle and her Youth Coral Conservation team are featured in a major exhibition at the Natural History Museum in London. The exhibition, “Coral Reefs: Secret Cities of The Sea” includes 250 specimens from the Natur...
 
 
Aerospace engineer encourages STEM education 
Aerospace engineer Aisha Bowe has used her imagination and creativity to contribute to space exploration. But it wasn’t until college that anyone ever encouraged her to pursue studies in a science discipline. When that happened, it became a life c...
 
 
COB Colour or Harmony honors John Berkley ‘Peanuts’ Taylor
If you have ever seen John Berkley “Peanuts” Taylor perform, then you are likely never to forget it. His effervescence and energetic skill as a dancer, singer and drummer are legendary. His stage has been any number of the historically famous en...
 
 
Be your best regardless
I believe that everyone in my reading audience would agree with the fact that we should all strive to carry out our daily duties at work in a totally professional manner. So now the question is what exactly does that mean, in a totally professional m...
 
 
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