Principle may conquer prejudice. But it rarely inspires affection.
Students whose creativity is highly developed are inclined to be unruly. They are also likely to become the filmmakers, musicians, fashion designers, hair stylists, entertainment lawyers, etc, of the future. They need special care, not abuse. I think all high schools should identify creative students who can be allowed some freedom of expression.
It all started with an email from our MP to the citizens' association offering tickets to a StyleWeek event last Sunday. Gifts from politicians usually come with lots of strings attached. The exchange often goes like this: I'll give you $5,000 wrapped up in a designer T-shirt and you'd better vote for me. Or else!... Continue Reading →
Una Marson's extraordinary life is an inspiration for young women today. She accomplished so much in spite of the circumstances of her times.
So how are we going to turn our new UNESCO branding into cultural capital? And where is our museum of Jamaica music? It's on Water Lane, an alley in downtown Kingston. The creators of our music deserve much, much better than this.
There’s a huge market for tertiary education. But the twin problem of oversupply and doubtful quality can’t be conveniently forgotten.