Neither Kelsi Persad nor Justine Rhule have plans to play the market with the $2,500 prize they are splitting after winning the Saxon Investment Challenge, an annual competition for Cayman high school students.
LeGae McLean recently got a crash course in avoiding strangers. The 9-year-old student at Sir John A. Cumber Primary School is the cousin of a young girl who was nearly abducted March 10 on Up the Hill Road in West Bay.
The new president of the International College of the Cayman Islands says he wants to make campus offerings more accessible and, in doing so, make an impact on the number of Caymanians with degrees in higher education.
More than 500 women, along with a few men, packed into a ballroom at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman, Friday afternoon for the annual Power of the Purse, a Scotiabank-sponsored fundraiser that benefits the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre women’s shelter.
Officials with Hazard Management Cayman Islands prepared for a tsunami on Thursday, generated by a magnitude 8.1 earthquake off the coast of Columbia at 9 a.m. Both the quake and the resultant wave were imaginary. This was only a drill.
Officials at UCCI say they are addressing a need for social workers by introducing a three-tiered program this fall that will allow students to pursue everything from a certificate to a bachelor’s degree in the field.