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Cayman Politics: Eyeing the May 2021 Election

The next general election has been set for May 26, 2021, the second to be conducted under the one-person-one-vote single-member electoral district system.

14 Oct, 2020

Peter N Thompson Family Foundation UCCI 2021 Scolarship Programme Recipient Announcement

Peter N Thompson Family Foundation UCCI 2021 Scolarship Programme Recipient Announcement

30 Sep, 2020

Local Non-Profit Issues Scholarship

A young Caymanian began studies at Northern Caribbean University (NCU) last week (Monday, September 7, 2020), following the issue of a full scholarship by the local nonprofit, NCU Alumni Association Cayman Chapter.

21 Sep, 2020

Caymanians reskill with TVET at UCCI

More than 100 UCCI students who found the resolve despite the covid-19 hiatus, to step up to the plate and better themselves by taking one of the UCCI’s Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) courses, gathered in the Sir Vassel Johnson Hall to celebrate their achievement.

14 Sep, 2020

Resilience: Turning Challenges into Success

A story carried recently by the Cayman Compass, once read, made everyone’s day.

09 Sep, 2020

Elections Across the Region. Part One

Countries in the Anglophone Caribbean have largely held to the Westminster system bequeathed to them by their former colonial bosses. Political parties move in and out of office, and there is an understanding that human rights must be protected.

19 Aug, 2020

Owen Arthur: ‘Toward a More Perfect Union’

The passing of Owen Arthur at merely seventy years of age came as a surprise to many especially as he was just recently in Guyana observing and commenting on the election as part of the CARICOM observer mission and was also heavily involved in projects related to Barbados, the UWI, and the region.

05 Aug, 2020

The Guyanese Situation: A Challenge to Reform the Political Framework

‘A litmus test of any democracy is the peaceful and orderly transfer of power if that is so ordained by the expressed will of the people. Sadly, Guyana has failed that test. The people of Guyana are not to be blamed.

22 Jul, 2020

Guyanese Politics, Oil and Sovereignty – Part One

The countries of the English-Speaking Caribbean, sometimes described as dots of sand in the Caribbean Sea, have been punching above their weight in the world.

15 Jul, 2020

Start or finish your studies with UCCI this fall

By shifting to online learning midway through its spring semester, the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) has responded to COVID-19 restrictions and continued to offer a full schedule of classes across its growing list of programmes and degree options.

13 Jul, 2020
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