Contributed By: Le-Roy Pierre, Director, Sport & Physical Education Department (SPED) Cricket, lovely cricket! It was a great match. Captain Coppin won the toss and put Maracas Cricketing Legends in to bat. They had a poor start to their innings as the President’s XI bowlers maintained a steady line and
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Ms. Ebony Williams, Accounting major and member of the USC Netball Team, represented Trinidad & Tobago in under-23 netball at the inaugural Caribbean Games held from June 29 - July 3, 2022 in Guadeloupe. Given the role of Vice Captain for the competition, Ms. Williams led the Trinidad and Tobago
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At around 8:00pm on Thursday 21st July 2022), the nominating committee at the Seventeenth Quinquennial Session of the Caribbean Union Conference, returned to the USC Auditorium with its first partial report of the session. A President of the CARU was nominated. It was the incumbent, Dr. Kern Tobias. The secretary
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On the afternoon into the evening of Wednesday 20th July, 2022, the constituency of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Caribbean commenced the Seventeenth Quinquennial Session of the Caribbean Union Conference (CARU). The session – delayed for one year by the most trenchant phases of the pandemic - was convened
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Author: Ms. Shelley Lyons, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Language & Communication From your first encounter, you are bound to be enamored by her quiet and genteel goodwill, and his wit, passion and humour. Drs. Sandy and Jean Kissoon-Singh are a son and daughter of the Trinbago soil, who have decided
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When you think about the sport of cycling, Tour de France is usually less than one mental pedal stroke away. That it is an annual men’s multiple stage event, perhaps confirms that there is still a lot of difficult terrain to cover before consumer preferences for marquee sports achieve gender
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Authored By: Hayden McKenna, University Writer It is with apposite sadness that the administration, faculty and staff, students and alumni of the University of the Southern Caribbean join in the community of the bereaved occasioned by the recent passing of two truly outstanding former members of faculty in the persons
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Author: Anastasia Mulraine-Campbell, Associate Librarian The Forde Library has enjoyed a rich tradition of receiving donated books and resources from benefactors and scholars, to build our collection at the University of the Southern Caribbean (USC). This year was no different, where in February 2022, the Library Director received two sets of
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From April 4-6, 2022, six students represented the University of the Southern Caribbean at the 40th Model OAS for the English-Speaking Caribbean and Historically Black Universities (CMOAS). This year’s CMOAS hosted virtually, and was co-sponsored by Howard University Graduate School. Gershom Byng, Candace McCaskie, Jeannie Wu, Akeem Williams, Davidson Smith,
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The I-Provide Ministry is one of the six student-led ministries under the umbrella of the I-Connect Campus Program which was designed to empower our students to get organized for service to God and man in their area of giftedness. During the very active stage of the global pandemic when our students
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Author: Trea Johnson Bright smiles and cheerful singing filled the atmosphere at the Guyana Satellite Site as University President, Dr. Colwick Wilson, made his first visit to the site. Dr. Wilson was accompanied by the Vice President, Student Services and Enrollment Management, Ps. Onesi Lafleur, and Interim Dean of the
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Author: Dr. Dave Cassie, Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences The School of Sciences, Technology & Allied Health (STAH) recently hosted the University’s first ever virtual Science day. In the past, it has usually been the custom to showcase the work of students, faculty and staff of the various departments
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