Feature, International


by Felisha Felix, photographer/reporter

The Hispanic Heritage Celebration on the AAS campus was enjoyed by a member of the UVI president’s cabinet. Dr. Camille McKayle Stolze, the Provost, shared a dance with UVI students.

Provost McKayle, far left front/red colored skirt. photo credit: Felisha Felix

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  1. Calyse Garvey says:

    This sounds so fun, its very heartwarming to se both teachers and students enjoying themselves.

  2. this is cool to see and looks fun!

  3. Hunter says:

    This is so cool to see!

  4. Indeyah Todman says:

    Great photographs, Felisha Felix. I am glad that the University of the Virgin Islands holds activities such as these. Hispanic Heritage is very important. There are a large amount of people in the U.S. Virgin Islands who are Hispanic. It is awesome to see cultures represented with such fun activities. I have never done salsa dancing before, so the next time they have a salsa event, I would love to join.

  5. S.D. Rosenbloom says:

    It appears that STX had a great time. I love seing students and staff enjoying themselves collectively. I remember when STT use to have good time like STX. Great pictures!

  6. I wish I could’ve gone I love me a good salsa.

  7. This article made me so happy! So nice that Dr. Camille McKayle Stolze joined. Good job with this story.

  8. Angelique says:

    Events like this are a great way to build community and camaraderie amongst students and staff. Kudos to the individuals that put it together!

  9. Anne Andersen says:

    This event sounds so cool!! It’s nice that Dr. McKayle Stolze participated with the students πŸ’ƒ

  10. It is heartwarming to see the students and Dr. McKayle Stolze actively participating in the Hispanic Heritage Celebration at AAS. Their engagement reflects the importance of celebrating cultural diversity and fostering a sense of community on campus. It is not only a delightful moment but also a symbol of unity and inclusivity. Kudos to everyone involved in making this celebration a success! πŸŽ‰πŸ’ƒπŸ•ΊπŸŒŸ

  11. Good Job on this article. It seemed like you guys had fun. I wish the St. Thomas campus would have something like this for students.

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