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Annual Sun Stroke All V.I. Hoop Classic to Highlight Best H.S. Players

This tournament has been successfully used to showcase the best high school basketball players in the U.S. and British Virgin Islands since its inception.

Alfred Heath Lecture Series Panel to Examine V.I. History and Families

“In the spirit of the Alfred Heath Lecture Series and in the essence of the Centennial Celebration, we are highlighting notable Virgin Islands families and their history.”

UVI Bulletin Board for April Continued

The following is a compilation of events for April at the University of the Virgin Islands on both St. Thomas and St Croix campuses.

Angelique Flemming Is Crowned Miss UVI 2017-2018

Angelique Flemming was crowned Miss University of the Virgin Islands 2017-2018 at the 37th Annual Miss UVI Ambassadorial Competition held on Saturday, April 8

UVICELL, Archibald Energy Group Offering Solar Technician Training

The UVICELL Center and Archibald Energy Group (AEG) LLC, an energy-consulting firm, will be offering a 40-hour solar training program.

Nyeema Henderson of Abraham School Wins 2017 District Primary Spelling Bee

Second grader Nyeema Henderson correctly spelled “secede” to win the 2017 St. Thomas-St. John District Primary Spelling Bee.

Technology Education Conference Gives President’s Award to St. Thomas-St. John Teachers

Twelve educators from the St. Thomas-St. John District received the President’s Award at the Northwest Council for Computer Education 46th Annual Conference and Expo.

ICMC, UVI to Host Free Summer Entrepreneur Business Institute

International Capital & Management Company (ICMC) in partnership with the University of the Virgin Islands (UVI) School of Business will host a free summer Entrepreneur Business Institute (EBI).

UVI Bulletin Board for April

The following are briefs on what is going on at the University of the Virgin Islands, St. Thomas campus and St. Croix campus.

STEEMCC Donates to Scholastic Chess Club

The St. Thomas East End Medical Center Corporation made a $200 contribution of chess boards and pieces to the St. Thomas-St. John Youth Scholastic Chess Club Inc.





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