UVI Recruitment video created by PR class (Fall 2018) under the direction of Professor Ed Rideout. click tabs to play and enter full screen mode.
Student creators/producers: Stephon Smith, Asia Vetter & Shereene Battiste
Welcome to the newly reactivated interactive-online student news site, UVI VOICE 2.0. This Fall 2018 issue was created by the class members in COM 308 Newswriting 1, Fall 2018, under the direction of Dr. Sharon Albert Honore. A volunteer team will continue to update stories monthly.
Ms. Sharon H. Benjamin, born and raised on the Island of St. Croix, graduated from Central High School and moved to the mainland to attend college at Savannah State University. She graduated undergrad Cum Laude with a BBA in Business Management and began a 26-year career in Retail Management. Ms. Benjamin likes cooking and she operated a successful catering business from her home in Douglasville, Georgia which she named 'Peachy's Pantry.'
On a recent Saturday morning in early November, the UVI Sports and Fitness center was crowded with employers but very few USVI residents showed up to apply for jobs.
THURGOOD MARSHALL LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE
Eight coeds, including two attending school in Denmark, traveled to the four day event to network with employers, stake holders and more than 500 students from 48 Historically Black Colleges and Universities across the nation.
Adian Brewer. 11/9/2018
One year after the devastating storms of 2017, St. Thomas’s Paradise Jam basketball tournament is returning with sixteen teams from around the country facing off on the UVI court.
by Hailey Tresch
UVI Recruitment video
created by PR class (Fall 2018) under the direction of Professor Ed Rideout. Student creators: Lawrence Thomas-Lewis, Hailey Tresch, Tarika Woods.
click tabs to play and enter full screen mode.
The Department of Communication, Art, Theatre and Music sponsored a successful LYCEUM SPEAKER'S SERIES during the Fall of 2018 and featured renowned guests on the campuses of STT and STX.
A collaborative effort between divisions resulted in a successful effort to expose students to 'real life' situations involving art and artists in the Caribbean
Kellie Meyer- CBS USVI correspondent
photo credit: S.A. Honore
photo credit: E. Rideout