Mom’s dying wish opens new chapter for NCU graduate

When Waid-Ann Wedderburn burst into tears before being awarded her degree on Sunday, many assumed the Northern Caribbean University (NCU) graduate was simply overjoyed at having mastered a tough academic challenge. Overcome with emotion, Wedderburn was ushered off the stage and consoled, then returned, still in tears, but mustered enough ...
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Husband and wife graduate NCU together

With his three-week-old daughter nestled in his arms, Marvin Pryce was a picture of contentment following the graduation ceremony at the Northern Caribbean University (NCU) on Sunday. The occasion was particularly special for Marvin, as his wife, Kadiann Edwards-Pryce, also graduated from the Manchester-based institution. Marvin, who never attended high ...
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Misick urges NCU graduates to build on failures

Take risks and don’t be deterred by your failures. That was the substance of the charge given to Nothern Caribbean University (NCU) graduates Sunday by Charles Misick, premier of the Turks and Caicos Islands. Misick, the second commencement speaker at the graduation ceremony, shared how he used his failures as ...
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They made it!

MANDEVILLE, Manchester — After a decade working within the St Elizabeth Police Division, Corporal Azuba Thompson Henry is now a college graduate. On Sunday she proudly attended the first face-to-face graduation ceremony held at Northern Caribbean University since the novel cornavirus pandemic. She attained a Bachelor of Science in Criminal ...
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‘Time to forgive Lawrence Rowe,’ says Adventist preacher

JAMAICA is being urged to forgive legendary cricketer Lawrence Rowe for selling out his country and the region by defying a boycott and playing the game in apartheid South Africa in the early 1980s. Delivering the keynote address on Sunday at Northern Caribbean University's graduation ceremony, Dr Errol Bryce called ...
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Bad Bet

CHURCH leaders are expressing strong disapproval and admonishment of their colleagues who host raffles to raise funds, arguing that it is a subtle form of gambling, and instead have suggested food sales, offerings, and concerts as better alternatives. A check made with the Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Commission (BGLC) by ...
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60 Recognised for Service to St. Ann Communities

The Moneague District of Seventh-day Adventist Churches has recognised 60 institutions and individuals who have contributed to the building of their communities through education, healthcare, employment and years of invaluable service. At a function held on Sunday (August 14) at the Moneague Seventh-day Adventist Church in St. Ann, awards were ...
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Our History

A Brief History of the Jamaica Union Conference and its Five Regions...

After 104 years of existence, the territory of West Indies Union Conference was reorganized during a Ceremony of Separation, which took place at Northern Caribbean University (NCU) on Monday, November 29, 2010...

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