January 25, 2020

OECS celebrates International Day of Education

Education has always existed alongside man. Distinguished from schooling, education focuses on the acquisition of knowledge and understanding of our world and the values to navigate life. The process of learning is central to humanity. This perspective is echoed in American philosopher, psychologist, and educational reformer John Dewey’s statement: “Education is not preparation for Life; Education is […]

Cayman: Double wins for Ziemniak and Alberga at National Jumping Series Show

Olivia Ziemniak and Leah Alberga wowed the crowd at the Equestrian Center this past Sunday by riding double-clear rounds in each of their respective classes in the third and final National Jumping Series horse show of the season. Ziemniak won the .60 meter and .70 meter classes on Teddy, a riding school pony owned by […]

Student Competition

Student Competition: A Nuclear Education Idea for Climate change IAEA Release One of the challenges of the human resources lifecycle in the nuclear field is attracting and recruiting talented individuals. To foster the younger generations interest in education in nuclear technology, the IAEA is holding an international student competition in conjunction with the International Conference […]

The all-new SEAT Leon brings greater presence to the compact segment

The vehicle adds boldness, elegance and sportiness to the brand’s bestseller with a strong design evolution The all-new SEAT Leon’s rear design generates the appearance of speed to enhance the vehicle’s dynamic personality Martorell, 14 January 2020 The all-new SEAT Leon is almost here. The brand’s latest vehicle arrives with a strong design evolution that keeps […]

CES Show in Las Vegas features Student Business Pitch Competition

LAS VEGAS — The Consumer Technology Association (CTA), in partnership with education technology company EVERFI, sponsors a digital learning program that teaches high school students the fundamentals of entrepreneurship and how to start and run a business. Students who complete the course may choose to pursue a business concept in earnest and enter it into the annual […]

iNews Briefs & Community Events

CISA General Meeting “The Cayman Islands Seafarers Association wishes to inform all Members that there will be a General Meeting, on Tuesday 21 January at 7:30 PM. in the Seafarer’s Hall, 11 Victory Ave. Prospect. Please note, Nominations are being held for Council 2020-2021. 3 Buses from West Bay Town Hall at 6:00 pm”. Barnes […]

Cayman: YMCA hosts 5th Leaders for Youth Conference

The YMCA of the Cayman Islands will be hosting their 5th Annual Leaders for Youth Conference from January 17 – 18, bringing together up to 150 YMCA staff members, volunteers, teen leaders and community partners. The conference is the YMCA’s largest training and development event each year, with workshops this year including: Social Emotional Learning […]

Cayman: Not one, but two new physiotherapist led exercise classes starting in January!

From Chatterbox     Freya Dingemans B.Sc. MCSP               Physiotherapist We are here to help!www.chatterboxcayman.com Chatterbox | 949 7065 | [email protected] | www.chatterboxcayman.com

Cayman: YMCA family climbs

The Christmas holidays just got a little more fun for families! For those looking for some adventure this Christmas and a way to stay active, Christmas Climbs are the perfect group activity. For $25 (Youth) or $35 (Adults), the YMCA Alpine Tower provides endless opportunities for both beginner and experienced climbers to have fun over […]

The seriousness of underage drinking during Carnival

By Duryan Cozier from State of the Territory News USVI So, it is Carnival time again. Time for Caribbean nations to celebrate culture, to have fun and to endlessly jam. However, lurking deep behind the scenes of our festivities is a known wrong which we often turn a blind eye to — underage drinking. If […]