The bust should be replaced with an image that inspires unequivocal admiration of Garvey's accomplishments as an illustrious pan-Africanist rallying the black world to affirm pride in race.
Until quite recently, it seems, UTech appeared unwilling to begin the demanding process of accreditation by CAAM-HP. I wonder if the dean of the College of Oral Sciences inveigled the chief dental officer to approach the Dental Council of Jamaica to cut a deal with the CDCA as a way around the obstacle of accreditation! Sounds like a conspiracy theory.
Try as he might, Professor Gyles cannot deny the fact that UTech is pressing along with its dental programme, with no regard for the CARICOM accreditation requirements.
There’s a huge market for tertiary education. But the twin problem of oversupply and doubtful quality can’t be conveniently forgotten.
One a di ting Obama well know a dis: wen yu talk tu people inna fi dem heart language, yu get nuff forward. Wan a di ting Obama wel nuo a dis: wen yu taak tu piipl ina fi dem aat langgwij, yu get nof faawad. One of the things Obama knows all too well is this: when you talk to people in their heart language, you get lots of positive vibes.
Everybody is trying to gouge out everybody else's eye. And that includes the Government, acting under the watchful eye of the International Monetary Fund. We are being taxed to death at every turn.
The recent termination of the contract of Professor Brendan Bain, director of the Caribbean HIV/AIDS Regional Training (CHART) initiative, is a complicated case of competing rights.
It is only in societies like ours that 'loader' is a proper job. In fragile economies, disadvantaged people have to come up with creative solutions to the depressing problem of regular unemployment. "We know how fi tek wi hand turn fashion".
Secondment is a tricky business. It's leaving and staying at the same time, somewhat like a bad marriage. You don't want to cut your losses and just get a divorce. But you do want the freedom to roam.