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UB School of Business team 4th at inaugural Chartered Financial Analyst Caribbean Research Challenge
After more than 300 hours of research and report writing, the University of The Bahamas’ (UB) School of Business team to the inaugural Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Caribbean Research Challenge returned home with a fourth place showing. The UB...
An ‘anything goes’ society
Our society, if it’s to stand the test of time and thus survive and thrive, must have a set of very definite and specific rules and regulations that are kept in place and upheld by the courts. In other words, we live by the rule of law that is, of ...
Bahamian medical students awarded CIBC FirstCaribbean scholarships
Bahamian medical students Yamir Smith and Emma Tuletta, who are studying psychology at the University of the West Indies, were among a cohort of 15 from around the Caribbean to benefit from this year’s CIBC FirstCaribbean Scholarship. Scholarships...
Recognizing the best and brightest in the primary schools
The country’s best and brightest graduating sixth grade students will share $132,000 in scholarships and prizes worth $25,000, with the ultimate top student of the year walking away with a $6,500 scholarship and a laptop. Talented students from ar...
Bahamian receives Caritas Man of Extraordinary Service Award
COLLEGEVILLE, MINNESOTA – Bahamian Owyn Ferguson was one of four Saint John’s University (SJU) students to receive the Caritas Man of Extraordinary Service Award on Sunday, April 23. Abbot John Klassen, OSB, of Saint John’s Abbey, and SJU Pres...
Entrepreneur and Fulbright Scholar to speak at BTVI graduation
Fulbright Scholar and entrepreneur Dr. James (Jim) E. Dever will address the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute’s (BTVI) class of 2017 commencement exercises in New Providence and Grand Bahama. Dr. Dever’s Bahamas visit will be sponsored ...
Be grateful
Today’s title is indeed a short one and yet it contains an extremely important lesson, ‘Be Grateful’. Yes indeed, most of us don’t appear to have any difficulty whatsoever in asking someone for something when we need it; however, the sad fac...
Sadie Curtis students bring pride to school’s campus
Sadie Curtis Primary School students Allayne Green, Jayden Ferguson and A’ryanna Wilson have brought a sense of pride to their school’s Nassau Village campus after snagging the school’s first victory in the sixth year of the annual National Sci...
RBC executives empower young leaders
The possibilities open to people willing to commit time and effort to their careers are practically limitless, Nathaniel Beneby, RBC Northern Caribbean managing director, told students in the Bahamas Youth Leadership Development Program. “You neve...
C.H. Reeves’ top math students recognized by BTC
Over 100 C.H. Reeves students were recognized by BTC for their excellent performance results in mathematics, during a special mathematics assembly at the school with 20 recognized for outstanding performances in the Bahamas Junior Certificate (BJC) e...
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