Kindly allow me space in your valuable paper to express my opinion on learning about the resignation of Dr. Duane Sands as minister of health.
I was saddened when I tuned into the evening news broadcast on May 4, 2020 and heard that Sands has
Teachers have been known to be problem solvers and, with online learning the method to the continuation of the education of students during the COVID-19 pandemic, St. Augustine’s College information technology (IT) teacher Dauran McNeil said educators make it happen.
“As educators, we are taught to
What started out as an initiative for Graycliff Group of Companies’ staff has mushroomed into a goal to feed as many people as they can on Friday, May 8 and every Friday for the rest of the month.
Graycliff has been joined by the One Eleuthera
With the 2020 Summer Olympic Games getting pushed back to the summer of 2021, it was no surprise when FINA (the International Swimming Federation) announced on Monday that the 2021 FINA World Swimming Championships has been postponed to 2022.
The championships were to be held from July
Like the rest of the world, University of The Bahamas (UB) Mingoes student-athletes have had to balance disappointment with social distancing in this COVID-19 environment, withdrawing from the very interactions that have been pivotal to their growth and success.
To stay conditioned, home life has been
For a second straight year, Bahamian collegiate tennis player Joshua Turnquest has been named an Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-American.
The Asbury University Eagles player was ranked at number 20 in singles action nationally this past shortened season. He finished the season ranked at number four in
Full seasons in the minor leagues were set to begin on April 9 but because of the COVID-19 pandemic, opening day across the United States and across the Caribbean has been postponed indefinitely. Several Bahamians are among those minor league players who now have to play it by ear,
Bahamian Lashann Higgs, a former female collegiate basketball player at the University of Texas at Austin, said she's remaining optimistic after not being drafted into the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) this April.
The energetic two-guard for the Texas Longhorns ended her tenure with the team this
The past two months have been tough on baseball enthusiasts in The Bahamas as local baseball seasons have ceased and leagues have shut down all activities. The Freedom Farm Baseball League (FFBL), in particular, has been on a hiatus since March 15 because of the
Despite having no new date for their Americas Zone Group II Fed Cup Tournament as yet, Team Bahamas is staying active, preparing their minds and bodies for possible play anytime this year.
The quartet of Kerrie Cartwright, Sydney Clarke, Simone Pratt and Larikah Russell were initially set to