We show respect by speaking and acting with courtesy. We treat others with dignity and honor the rules of family, school and nation. Respect yourself, and others will respect you.
Once again the Legislature is considering giving the V.I. Inspector General’s office much greater autonomy. This is a good thing, and honorable.
Judy King-Edmeade of the Friends of St. Thomas Public Libraries happily shares all the good news about the Charles Wesley Turnbull Regional Library.
Guess what today is? Right, and a few days before now, it was Nov. 15. Remember what Nov. 15 was supposed to be? Correct: the beginning of the "15 Days of Darkness."
Kyza A. Callwood says that combating crime in the Virgin Islands is a “matter of communication, commitment and time.” He lists several ways to begin this process.
Thankfulness is being grateful for what we have. It is an attitude of gratitude for learning, loving and being. Appreciate the little things that happen around you and within you every day.
Commissioner of Education Sharon Ann McCollum Ph.D. asks the entire community to come together to help enrich the public school system for the sake of the children and their futures.
Justin Moorhead gives a brief history of the Virgin Islands economy since the 1960s. He then lays out the possibilities and challenges for a future economy.
Michael Bornn believes that adults should not teach children by telling them what to think and what to do. Instead, allow them to use their own innate curiosity and creativity, and to develop a love for learning.
A true vision isn't "soft." Nor is it utopian or unachievable. Instead, it is a description of what we want a place or a country to look like in the future.