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Sep

21

Longtime instructor and a fixture in the Cayman dance community, Jackie Balls, affectionately known as Miss Jackie, is donating many of the costumes and much of the equipment from her dance school to the University College of the Cayman Islands’...

Sep

14

Antoinette Gayle has created something in the lab she didn’t think was possible.

“If someone said to me in January, ‘Can we do chemistry and physics with distance learning?’ I would have said no,” said Gayle, an assistant professor in...

Sep

14

More than 100 students who were part of an accelerated vocational program received certificates in a Thursday evening ceremony at the University College of the Cayman Islands.

The compressed six-week courses were designed to help train Caymanian workers in job...

Aug

21

Few things are more important to the Cayman Islands’ long-term survival than tourism.

In 2019, 2.3 million people visited Cayman, accounting for about 30 percent of the nation’s annual GDP.

So, it makes sense that the University College of the...

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