George Francis joined other student journalists from 21 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) in a virtual White House briefing.
At the conference on nursing, Moss engaged herself in a nine-day curriculum-based leadership development program, which focused on being able to develop the skills necessary to provide high-quality patient‐centered health care.
Joseph finished 4th with a personal record for her multi-event score of 2490 earning her a Bronze Medal and All-American honors.
Anthony Gilbert, VI Chapter Tuskegee Airmen Inc. (VICTAI) member, was provided with an offer to join the RedTail Flight Academy inaugural class to begin on Sept. 8. The scholarship is worth $115,000.
Benjamin said, “This is about fairness, economic development and community progress. We must change the way our party relates to the community.”
The Judy M. Gomez Highway, formerly named the Charles Harwood Highway, is located in the Contant area on St. Thomas. The former educator, legislator and attorney gave a compelling and heartfelt speech,.
Nicholas D’Amour will represent the U.S. Virgin Islands at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, this month, competing in the men’s recurve archery individual competition.
The Ruby Rutnik Scholarship Fund has announced that Jada Jarvis and Lila Uzzell are the two winners of their grants for 2021. They will each receive $2,500 to further their goals for higher education.
Virgin Islanders all over the world can watch the Cultural Ambassador videos on the museum's YouTube Channel or Facebook.
The first round of voting occurred from March 29 to April 11. The final round of voting occurred from April 19 through May 2. The results will not be known until May 11.
The National Sexual Violence Resource Center honored Virgin Islands National Guard Chief Warrant Officer 4 Mervin Mills with the 2020 Visionary Voice Award, April 30.
Jackeima Flemming was crowned Miss University of the Virgin Islands at the 41st Annual Miss UVI Ambassadorial Virtual Competition held on Saturday, April 24.
Walter competed in the first ever Youth Olympic Games that were held in 2010 in Singapore, running in the 400 meters.
Nicholas D’Amour took home a silver medal. He competed in the men’s Olympic Recurve Division along with 107 other athletes in his division.
A national honor has been bestowed to a Virgin Islander by the Tennis Channel, which chose John A. Richards III as one of the 50 best tennis coaches in America.
Tiphanie Yanique’s new novel, “Monster in the Middle,” takes the reader on a generational love journey that spans some of America’s most perilous moments.
The Virgin Islands Medical Society has honored Tai Hunte-Caesar M.D. with its Physician Recognition Award for her leadership and commitment as a physician during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Peters’ goal in this new position is to expand the society’s role from environmental education and advocacy to serving as community liaison.
The National Association of African-Americans in Human Resources (NAAHR) has honored U.S. Virgin Islands Director of Personnel Dayna Clendinen with the organization’s first Trailblazer Award.