December 4, 2022

Graduands at The UWI Cave Hill Campus to set a record number of First Class Honours

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The UWI Cave Hill campus, Barbados W.I. Monday, October 17, 2022—A record number of students will be awarded first class honours when The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus reverts to its annual in-person graduation ceremony for the first time in three years. Following the relaxation of COVID-19 protocols in Barbados, the spectacular […]

The UWI Open Campus and UNESCO  launch training for 300 young Caribbean creatives

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Office of the Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Principal, Friday, May 27, 2022 — The University of the West Indies (The UWI) Open Campus and UNESCO have launched the Phase 2 of their collaboration agreement to offer online cultural training in the framework of the UNESCO Programme Transcultura: Integrating Cuba, the Caribbean and the European Union through Culture […]

The Pybus philosophy in Windies cricket

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From The University of the West Indies The CLR James Cricket Research Centre, Cave Hill, Barbados. Friday, September 6, 2019—Two photographs in as many days tell the story of the future of West Indies cricket. The first captures Floyd Reifer, West Indies interim cricket coach, in conversation with Jamaican Dr Glen Mills, the world’s best […]

Cayman Islands government announces new director at Children and Family Services

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Following an open recruitment drive, Mrs. Felicia Robinson has been identified as the successful candidate as new Director of Children and Family Services. Mrs. Robinson commenced official duty on Thursday, 4 August, 2016.  She brings with her a wealth of knowledge in social work, policy and legal drafting, both technical and strategic, having worked in […]

Two UWI students at Cave Hill campus to receive scholarships from outgoing CIBC CEO

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By CIBC December 17, 2015 Two students of the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill campus will receive special farewell gifts from outgoing Chief Executive Officer of CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank, Rik Parkhill. The two students pursing studies at Cave Hill will be the beneficiaries of two one-off Rik Parkhill Scholarships worth BDS$10 000 […]

Ganja and colonialism

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By Tennyson Joseph From Trinidad Express The ongoing Caribbean discussion on the decriminalisation of marijuana provides a telling but sad example of “policy capture” by external interests over decision-making in our Caribbean. Particularly worrying about the sudden wave of open debate and free exploration of the potential and possibilities of marijuana is the fact that […]