Archived Issue March 2019

Roland “Watchie” Barnwell, in fancy Indian mas’ with Lionel Jagessar and Associates, holds his tomahawk high at The Old Yard, a celebration of traditional mas’, music and art held on February 24, 2019. Every year The UWI’s Department of Creative and Festival Arts (DCFA) holds The Old Yard at their headquarters at Gordon Street, St Augustine. This year the beloved Carnival event celebrated its 10th anniversary. For more on The Old Yard 2019 see our special feature click here.

Other Top Stories

Time to Decriminalise?
AG, advocates meet on campus
Agent of Change
Campus Council’s new Chair
A Gift of Art
Jackie Hinkson donates his work
Healing Waves
Kheston Walkins, neuro-innovator

UWI Calendar March 2019

40 years after the Grenadian Revolution
March 13
UWI St Augustine
Postgraduate Research Conference
March 15
UWI St Augustine
Campus Council
March 19
UWI St Augustine
Women and Girls in Science
March 22
UWI St Augustine
FHE Open Day
March 22 to 23
DCFA Grounds
Qualitative meets Quantitative
March 26 to 28
Arthur Lok Jack Global School of Business (ALGSB)
Oil & Gas Law Conference + more
March 27 to 29
Hilton Trinidad and Conference Centre

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Also In This Issue

  Message from the Principal: Humanities: Vital for innovation, entrepreneurship and a better society
  The Cost of NOT Decriminalising Marijuana
  Guild Elections 2019 this Thursday
  Richard Saunders, former Campus Registrar, has passed
  Our institution... and opportunity: New Campus Council Chair Sharon Christopher knows The UWI can succeed
  A Passion for Progress
  How will Guyana benefit from its Oil Wealth?
  Entrepreneurs, organisations – Institute of Critical Thinking seeks to transform leadership
  Regional Humanities Workshop focuses on Rejuvenation
  10 years Old Yard
  A creative placekeeper finds a place on campus
  Majesty and Meaning
  ‘Fassness’, flair and a deep deep love of culture
  Beautiful minds: Kheston Walkins brings innovation to mental healing, for others and himself
  iWeek encourages students and staff to study and work abroad
  Palm trees, a green investment
  Grad students celebrated at second Scholarship Breakfast