Carl and Gigi Allen, Texas philanthropists, are continuing their commitment to empowering Bahamian students by ensuring they have access to educational technology.
The Allens, BTC and the government have partnered to provide Amazon Fire Tablets to all fourth through sixth grade students in the Abacos over
Heat waves rippled off Grand Bahama’s Midshipman Road as Stacy Pinder Jr., 17, adjusted his backpack, shifted what felt like swollen ankles in his sneakers and wiped, for what seemed like the millionth time, the sweat pouring down his face.
Although the St George’s Jaguar shooting
As government invested millions to equip preschools with laptops, tablets and other interactive devices, dozens of at-risk students at Programme S.U.R.E. — an intervention institution for disruptive teen boys, pecked away on outdated computers that took forever to boot and were likely to crash mid-way
Sheri Hortence Fountain, Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI) agricultural development officer (ADO), has been awarded a fellowship to attend the annual international training course (AITC) on food security – postharvest, processing and produce development of selected agro–industrial product.
The training is being conducted by
Educators were challenged to train students to meet the needs of high standard global travelers at the opening of the 15th Educators Industry Internship Programme, by Eulease Beneby, acting deputy director of education, school management and registration.
Educators participated in the program dubbed “Global Education: A
Believe it or not, life is about nonstop learning, or at least it should be. As I have put it before, life is a “school house” — yes it is, and we should all be learning lessons in living each and every day, from morning
The Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association (BLTA), the parent body for the sport in the country, has a funding dilemma.
A recent communication sent to parents of children deemed qualified to compete internationally, indicated as much. The BLTA is asking that $500 be covered for each player,
Truman State University junior Bodric Thomas dropped in 24 points to lead the Truman State Bulldogs past the New Providence Basketball Association’s (NPBA) All-Stars, 98-83, on Friday night at the Kendal G.L. Isaacs National Gymnasium. With that win, the Bulldogs ended their time at the
The C&S Hitmen defeated the BTC Warriors 5-1 and the BTC Lady Warriors doubled up the Hennessey Panthers, 18-9, as the 2018 New Providence Softball Association (NPSA) regular season continued on Saturday on the Bankers Field at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex.
Hitmen 5, Warriors 1
Bahamian shortstop Jasrado Chisholm finished off the month of June with a very productive week last week as he turned in impressive performances for the Kane County Cougars. The Cougars had a 4-3 win/loss record during the week.
In the first game of the week, Chisholm,