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WATCHING A PIECE OF HISTORY: Guest Post

UWI Lecturer Dr Rachel Moseley-Wood writes:

A field trip to the University Museum has become a regular activity for students in my film classes. I introduced students in my first-year course, “Introduction to Film”, to the Museum last year, and returned last week, September 9, with the current batch of first-years. 981 more words

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A Tip for Using LinkedIn

Frequently, I review portfolios and serve as a panelist for my alma mater, Columbia College. And as a result, each year, I meet literally dozens of new students that eventually want to do what I do. 274 more words

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TROPICAL TWIN

On a sunny day in late August, students introducing new undergraduates to the University of the West Indies heritage – dubbed the Pelican Experience after the UWI crest – attracted attention for the red gowns they wore open over their t-shirts and jeans. 410 more words

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Mixing Business with Pleasure

Everyone always says it’s not good to mix business with pleasure, but I have to disagree. Sometimes it just what you need to get those creative juices flowing. 473 more words

Small Business Tips

One of my client projects - Rosalind Smith's 'Your Road To Change'

As some of you already know, I work as a copyeditor and/or ghostwriter for any budding authors who have a great idea but perhaps don’t have the experience and expertise they need to know how to put a book together in full, make it cohesive, informative, and easy to read.   260 more words

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Making Connections

There are many things that we ‘dare’ to do, that challenge our courage and commitment, but one of the things we find very scary is – not diving out a plane – but not knowing how to approach someone we fancy. 1,220 more words

Happy Pursuing My Dreams...

It's Monday! What Are You Reading? - New treasures from Kids Can Press

It’s Monday and I’m happy to be participating in a weekly event with a community of bloggers who post reviews of books that they have read the previous week.  1,053 more words

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