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153 youth receive GGYA honors
Scores of young persons from secondary schools across New Providence received Bronze and Silver Awards from a top program famed for its nation-building component. In its first presentation ceremony of 2016, the Governor General’s Youth Award (GGYA...
 
 
A walk in the Indian’s moccasins
There’s no doubt about it whatsoever, there are not a whole lot of people who express empathy for other people. So D. Paul, why do you think this is? Well from my perspective, I believe that so many people are into themselves, pursuing their goals ...
 
 
BJC/BGCSE award honorees praised
Minister of Education, Science and Technology Jerome Fitzgerald told award honorees at the 2015 Bahamas Junior Certificate (BJC) and Bahamas General Certificate of Secondary Education (BGCSE) National Awards Presentation Ceremony that they have shown...
 
 
NTA graduates told to prioritize entrepreneurship
The 174 graduates of the National Training Agency (NTA) fifth cohort were encouraged during their recent commencement exercise to utilize the skills and training learned at the agency in a self-employed role. The advice came from the graduation keyn...
 
 
U.S. Embassy announces winners of MLK essay contest
The United States Embassy in Nassau is pleased to announce the winners of the 10th annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Essay Contest. The purpose of the contest is to encourage students to explore the life of Dr. King and his impact on the civil righ...
 
 
Think or stink
From my personal observations over a long period of time, there are a whole lot of people who are walking around like Zombies. Some people refer to these kinds of Non-Thinkers as ‘The Walking Dead’ because although they are physically alive, the...
 
 
History lessons for students and their teachers
As a student, Garvin Tynes Primary School Principal Carolyn Wright-Mitchell was never taught the importance of Majority Rule or the events that led up to it, but if there’s one thing she knows, it’s that students passing through her school will l...
 
 
Solomon’s Fresh Market Kids Club and The Community School donate 40 meals to 40 families
It took months of planning and some creative fundraising for the Solomon’s Fresh Market Kids Who Care Club and The Community School to feed 40 meals to 40 families in the Bain and Grants Town community. Efforts included a well-planned flash mob at ...
 
 
National Merit Scholar continues to excel in college
Shaquille Hall, 20, is a focused, analytical young man, who has chosen to not make himself familiar with the “street life”, but his studies instead. A member of the 2013 Gentleman’s Club class, Shaquille’s outstanding performance in the Baha...
 
 
Canadian boarding schools to promote the benefits of studying in Canada
A group of 11 of Canada’s boarding schools will be in The Bahamas on Thursday, January 14 for their annual recruitment fair. Organized by Canadian Accredited Independent Schools (CAIS), the event offers families an opportunity to meet with represe...
 
 
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