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An Author’s Journey - In Her Own Words by Yolanda Marshall

Yolanda Marshall

I was born in Georgetown, Guyana, to Herbert Marshall, a famous Guyanese Guitarist, and Hazel Marshall, a Bishop’s High school and University of Guyana graduate. At the age of five, my parents divorced and my younger sister and I lived with our mother. I used to love visiting my grandparents Alma and Livingstone Marshall’s home in Bent street.

Donna A. London; Sunset - October 10, 2017

Donna A. London

Donna A. (Shepherd) London, 60, died in her home on Tuesday, October 10, 2017, after a long illness. She leaves her husband of 37 years, Ivor C. London; her daughter, Astrid Walker and husband Fred of Upper Marlboro, MD; her son, Colin E. London of Worcester; five brothers, Leslie Cameron and his wife Hazel, Lloyd Hamilton and his wife Dionne, James Shepherd, Jr.

Annetha Hall, Making a Difference

Annetha M. HallAnnetha M. Hall born in the UK to Guyanese parents who migrated to the England in 1960, has been a major contributor to the strategies and success of several non-profit organizations in the Washington DC area since 1980.

Dynamic Airways Service to Guyana in Jeopardy

Dynamic Airways

Dynamic Airways the U.S owned and operated airline that flew out of John F. Kennedy Airport to Cheddi Jagan International Airport in Guyana has currently reduced its service from five days per week to one flight a week.

It is also rumored to be pulling completely out of the Guyana market but there has been no confirmation from the operators.

Clarice Hyacinth Liverpool: 1928 - 2017

Clarice Hyacinth Liverpool, nee McKenzie

Clarice was the daughter of William and Isabella McKenzie.  She was born in Springlands, East Berbice.  She was the youngest of the 3 children of William and Isabella McKenzie; Claude McKenzie and Joan McKenzie being the other two.

President David Granger and Opposition Chief Whip Gail Teixeira to speak at the UG inaugural Diaspora Engagement Conference

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The University of Guyana (UG) will host the historic inaugural Diaspora Engagement Conference (DEC 2017) from July 23 to 28, 2017, at the Ramada Georgetown Princess Hotel, under the theme: Dreaming Diaspora Engagement, Doing Diaspora Engagement. The Conference is expected to attract over one hundred participants from within and outside Guyana.

Remembering Dr. Walter Rodney - By Paul Tennassee

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Thirty seven years ago June 14 at 1:00 am AM I received a call from Kojo Nnamdi (currently a very well known Washington DC-Metro Area Broadcaster), a member of the WPA DC Support Group, that Walter Rodney was killed on June 14th in Georgetown, Guyana. Then, I was living in Toronto and was attending York University. I also was leading the Guyanese Research and Representation Services (GRRS) and Editor of the Guyana Forum. I immediately begun to make calls and by daylight I had organized an ALL NIGHT VIGIL on the June 14th at a church in downtown Toronto to denounce the manner in which he was killed and to speak about his life and works.

Calvin Ming Wins Again in Mexico

Calvin Ming driving car #4

During the Saturday morning qualifying session for the 7th. round of the Mexican FIA F4 series at the San Luis Potosi circuit, Calvin Ming finished in P1, with a time of 1 min. 13.924 sec. Moises De La Vara in P2 with 1 min. 14.005 sec. and Alex Carreno in P3 with 1 min. 14.487 sec.

Citizen's Response to Kaieteur News Editorial "UG Needs better Leadership"

Terrence Blackman, Dean School of Science, Health & Technology Medgar Evers College, City University of New York

Dear Sir/Madam,

I trust that all is well. The Kaieteur News editorial, "UG Needs better Leadership",  published  May 04, 2017,  reflects a poor understanding of the University of Guyana's role in Guyana's development and place in the wider world. The University's mission is to generate, disseminate, and apply knowledge in the service of the community, the nation, and all mankind in an atmosphere of free and critical inquiry (Academic Board 2001). It aims to provide a place for education, learning, and research at the of the highest university standard in the arts and sciences throughout Guyana. It is a mission and legacy bequeathed to us by our forbearers who had the foresight and wisdom to dream this dream in 1963. Given this mission, what is the right framework for understanding and analyzing our national university? I humbly submit to the editor, that the guiding principles for a proper analysis of the university's leadership and trajectory are as follows:

STEM Guyana Team Ready to Participate in Inaugural Robotic Olympics in the USA

The STEM Guyana team giving Minister of Public Telecommunications, Ms. Catherine Hughes (first, right) a demo of their project

Georgetown, Guyana – (April 28, 2017). First Lady, Mrs. Sandra Granger, today, met with the group of young Guyanese at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall, who are currently fine-tuning their robotic project in preparation for the inaugural Robot Olympics in Washington DC, USA in July. Minister of Public Telecommunications, Ms.

Inaugural University of Guyana Fundraising Event in Washington Metro area

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Countdown to Benab reconstruction promise

1170 days, 21 hours, 19 minutes since the Benab (Umana Yana) was destroyed by fire. Citizens await rebuilding.

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Dear Friends of West Papua,
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