UVI MEDICAL SIMULATION CENTER- STX CAMPUS- RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY

(STX-June 28) -STX campus was the site of the Ribbon cutting ceremony that allowed community members, local residents, and government officials the opportunity to tour the much anticipated medical simulation facility. According to Project manager, Elisa Sanchez, owner of EJS, although the building is not yet operational, major components have been installed, and the community …

Three Times a Charm: 3rd UVI Student Participates in HBCU White House Press Briefing

  UVIABJ staff/prUVI-January 25, 2022. A communication major at the University of the Virgin Islands has become the third student this academic school year to be selected to participate in the historic White House Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) Journalism Press Briefings. The events are part of a White House initiative to strategically position young …

The littlest SANTA: KOHL SEALEY leads Xmas Toy Giveaway, Again

Littlest SANTA UVIVOICE 2.0 staff (Christiansted, USVI). For the second year in a row, the University of the Virgin Islands Association of Black Journalists Xmas Toys Giveaway was led by one of the youngest Virgin Islander. 4-year-old Kohl Sealey, resident of St. Croix eagerly gathered up some of his favorite toys and filled two boxes …

Second UVI Student Selected to attend WH Press Briefing

(STX, USVI) For the second time this semester, a University of the Virgin Islands (UVI) communication student enjoyed the opportunity of a lifetime – the chance to participate in a White House press briefing.   UVI) communication student enjoyed the opportunity of a lifetime – the chance to participate in a White House press briefing.   Nadege Barber, sophomore, communication minor , and president of the student group UVI Association of Black Journalists (UVIABJ), joined 18 student journalists from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) in a …

UVI COMM MAKES HISTORY AT WH PRESS BRIEFING WITH KARINE JEAN-PIERRE

reprinted from the Daily News-STT A University of the Virgin Islands communications student was able to do something that members of the White House press corps don’t often get to do — engage a White House spokesperson. George Francis, a senior at UVI and contributing writer for its newspaper, joined other student journalists from 21 …

3 Part Series-Disparities in the USVI-Disruption in the Caribbean’s Educational System

By: Jada Roberts, J’Mari Clarke, Karon Reynolds, Kelsey Gilroy, S’niyah Roberts On a typical first day, teachers will present their students with a syllabus outline, however in the Virgins Islands, and other Caribbean islands, teachers are prepared to adjust their academic schedule for hurricane and earthquake preparations. Nature is unpredictable. Almost four years ago, the …

SERIES- Part 2-Disparities Between the United States and its Territories

by: Sulaiman Donaie, Saisha Wesley, Jhylie Roebuck, Jedell Titus, Adonai Smith, Mabika Alfonso, Ashly Ravariere Throughout history, the United States has acquired countless territories for purposes such as wars and in earlier years, slaves, and agricultural exports. The United States Virgin Islands composed of the islands of St. Croix, St. Thomas, St. John, and Water …