Jamaica Theological Seminary (JTS) proudly announces the accreditation of its Bachelor of Social Work degree by the University Council of Jamaica (UCJ). This means that all JTS degree offerings have now been fully accredited by the UCJ. In 2010, the UCJ accredited the JTS BA in guidance and counselling.
LOS ANGELES (AP):A momentous finale lies ahead for Hollywood this year. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 is the biggest screen farewell since the final Star Wars movie as it closes out a decade of adventures for the young wizard.
The Faculty of Law at the University of Technology (UTech) has announced plans for the establishment of a Legal Advice Centre that will provide legal advice for members of the public who are socially, economically or otherwise disadvantaged.
New York Times editorial writer and longtime journalist, Eduardo Porter, offers an engaging rumination proving the adage that everything has its price. And he means everything - work, women, even faith and the future.
It is almost unheard of for Jamaicans to talk about Usain Bolt and Queen Elizabeth II in the same breath, even though they have played major roles in the country's modern history.They are two of the strange bedfellows who...
The Library and Information Association of Jamaica (LIAJA) will host the 40th Anniversary Conference of the International Association of School Librarians (IASL), at the University of the West Indies, Mona, from the 7th to 11th August 2011, under the...
Six years ago, Ryan Blake dreaded mathematics. All those numbers, angles, theories. The thought alone would make him shudder. "I hated it. I was more into the arts," he said. "I loved English and reading, but math was a real problem."
When I was a youngster, which is not many years ago, it was taboo for men to wear white pants and shoes, pants without back pockets, floral clothes, anklets and bangles, anything pink, earrings, slippers, to press and cream their hair, to 'carry news' and gossip, and to join a school's dance troupe.
Britain's government should release its secrets sooner, the country's deputy prime minister said last Thursday, proposing reforms to strengthen the United Kingdom's relatively new freedom-of-information law.
She passed, without incident, through immigration at Miami International and moved briskly to collect her luggage. As she approached the carousel, she caught sight of the police officers. They stood still, not looking her way but she still felt the urge to run. Deliberately, she slowed her steps and looked again over her shoulder.
Precisely a year ago, Time magazine revealed that while 65 per cent of the people who made a resolution in 2008 kept their promise for at least part of the year, 35 per cent never even made it past the first week. I believe that the experience of most Jamaicans is similar.
The carpets are worn and the rooms have a musty feel. Yet Havana's iconic Hotel Nacional de Cuba, which marked its 80th birthday last Thursday, wears its slightly shabby elegance with pride, an ageing beauty a bit past its prime.