UVI’s Class of 2020 will walk across the stage and celebrate their commencement in December. Students who have earned their degrees will receive their diplomas in the mail.
Through videoconferencing, children on the autism spectrum and their families were able to see and learn about turtles, sharks and dolphins and discover ways they could help protect them in the wild.
Due to the impact of COVID-19, the University of the Virgin Islands has announced that graduation ceremonies will be rescheduled from May to December to afford students the experience of a traditional commencement celebration.
Governor Albert Bryan Jr. encourages residents in the community to tune in and call in with questions, ideas and comments.
Starting today, Friday, April 17, at 2 p.m., WTJX will re-air previous Carnival parades, beginning with the 2016 Children’s Parade.
The Women’s Coalition of St. Croix is livestreaming “Forgotten in Paradise,” a locally made film examining mental health services in the territory, on their YouTube channel Saturday, April 18.
Hosted by the Coastal Zone Management Division of the Department of Planning and Natural Resources, each month it focuses on environmental education, fun science activities and often introduces children to guest scientists from the university.
Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. has issued three proclamations to commemorate V.I. History Month, Social Work Month and Consumer Protection Week.
This 30-minute television production, hosted by Emmanuella Perez-Cassius, was created to provide viewers with the most recent developments in the Office of Disaster Recovery's five priority areas.
Over 200 members of the community attended MBW’s Mystery in the Wild West Event on Saturday, Feb. 8, at the VI Montessori School. The school's solar awning was transformed into “The Deadwood Saloon” set in 1874.