Archived Issue February 2013

No place does it better than the Gayelle when the Department of Creative and Festival Arts sets up for its annual Old Yard presentation. Town cannot say it has ever seen a finer collection of traditional carnival characters all gathered in one place. If the artform is dying as is the popular cry, then more people just have to come to the event to see how and why it should be preserved. For more Old Yard images, click here.


Other Top Stories

The rocking years
A Seismic 60
Decriminalize it?
Marijuana and the law
Change agents
Dynamic duo put art on the mind
Classics at the Centre
Calypso at home

UWI Calendar March 2013 - August 2013

Art on the mind
7 March to 4 April
Port of Spain
World of Work 2013
9th March
UWI St Augustine
Distinguished Leadership and Innovation Conference
22 March
Hyatt Regency, Trinidad
Protecting Women and Girls
25-27 March
Lowlands, Tobago
Literature Week
18-22 March
St. Augustine Campus, UWI
Professorial Inaugural Lecture
14 March, 5.30pm
UWI St. Augustine
Distinguished Open Lecture
3 April
UWI St. Augustine
UWI Discover Tours
Brazil : 17 May-9 June
India: 12 July - 2 August

Also In This Issue

  The Old Yard: The true collection of traditional mas
  Message from the Principal: The humanity of the university
  Financially literate
  NGC sponsors Chair in Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  Data and research as compass and guide
  It’s been 60 rocking years
  The UWI Seismic Research Centre at 60: by Dr. Joan Latchman
  What our 60th year looks like
  How the region knew it was shaking
  War on the war on drugs
  Marijuana on the mind on marijuana
  Risk management and risk magnification: A fine balance
  Art on the mind
  Caribbean Heritage launched
  Classics come to the University