The announcement was made by MATHCOUNTS on May 13 during the annual celebration of MATHCOUNTS Week. The student group topped a record number of 480 videos submitted for the challenge this year.
This will mark the first time that someone from a U.S. territory has been a part of the executive committee in its 74-year history.
The prerecorded ceremonies will stream on DOE’s Facebook page at 3 p.m. daily and broadcast on Viya Channels 26 and 27.
This is the fifth in a series of short portraits by Clay Jones, the stories of the men and women Jones has known and photographed over many years.
University of the Virgin Islands biology student Makeda Mills is the recipient of the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.
On behalf of the District Court of the Virgin Islands, Chief Judge Wilma A. Lewis welcomed Judge Robert A. Molloy to the District Court bench, effective April 27.
The Virgin Islands Public Broadcasting System announces its first local radio talk show on its NPR member station, WTJX-FM, 93.1. “Analyze This” will be hosted by former senator and veteran broadcaster Neville James on weekdays, beginning April 27.
V.I. Department of Justice Chief Deputy Prosecutor Eric Chancellor participated in the Conference on Plea Bargaining held Feb. 20-21 at Hotel Avala in Budva, Montenegro.
Jahmani Jay Morales, a sixth grader at Eulalie R. Rivera K-8 School, is the territory’s winner of Achieve3000’s Make the Break Contest, held Dec. 21 to Jan. 5.
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