Saint Lucia produces three UWI valedictorians

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Saint Lucia produces three UWI valedictorians
2017 UWI valedictorians Rhyesa Joseph, Zia Barnard and Yenver Caesar
2017 UWI valedictorians Rhyesa Joseph, Zia Barnard and Yenver Caesar

(GIS) – The Saint Lucia National Youth Council has commended three extraordinary Saint Lucian students who were selected as valedictorians at the University of the West Indies.

Rhyesa Joseph of Vieux Fort was named valedictorian for the Faculty of Social Sciences (UWI Cavehill Campus). Zia Barnard of Choiseul was selected as valedictorian for the Faculty of Food and Agriculture, and Science and Technology at the UWI St Augustine Campus; and Yenver Caezar of Gros Islet, is the valedictorian for the Faculty of Social Sciences at the UWI St Augustine Campus.

The NYC stated that young persons with such achievements serve as role models for Saint Lucia’s youth, and congratulated all other graduates of the University of the West Indies.

Minister for Education, Hon. Dr. Gale Rigobert also lauded the students’ achievements.

“I am extremely proud of the three young Saint Lucians who graduated from the University of the West Indies as Valedictorians. Rhyesa Joseph, Zia Barnard, and Yenver Caezar, I would like to wish you all the best in your future endeavors. Keep making your parents, family, friends and country proud,” the minister stated.

 

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  1. VITALIS IDIOTIC FOOL!! CAN U EVEN GET ONE???
    AHA let me Guess. U were Expecting Three from Elsewhere right?
    Full of SHIT U...SMH

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  2. There is nothing positive about mediocre education. And nothing wrong about asking if education is, in effect, mediocre. Competition on your own ground is no competition. Beating your own drum and dancing is not classical performance.

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  3. What are Valedictorians? How much hard intellectual work does it take to achieve it? Is it at the top, middle or bottom of the educational barrel? How much more intellectual credit does this give Saint Lucia? These are the questions fleeting in the background of my mind & I may not be the only one.

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    • My God, with all the positivity in this news you choose to overshadow it with some dumb ass questions smh. This is why we can barely move forward as a country, we fail to show support and congratulate when we see something good happening for our very own. How about a ‘Way go go’....’congratulations on your success ‘ but no you choose to bombard them with unnecessary questions. These youngsters are role models for others kids coming up and I don’t know them but I am proud of them and their achievements. Keep striving for greatness.

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      • There is nothing positive about mediocre education. And nothing wrong about asking if education is, in effect, mediocre. Competition on your own ground is no competition. Beating your own drum and dancing is not classical performance.

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      • What's wrong with me asking? Are any of the graduates your relation? What is the zenith of Your educational achievement? Do you know anything on the subject?

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    • Keep your negativity to yourself. So many negative things that is currently happening in St.Lucia. A little positive news and that is what you are actually posting. Please encourage our youth don't discourage them.

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  4. I see another Nobel Laureate candidate for St. Lucia in the not so distant future.
    Great work youngsters..Keep it up!
    Positive Vibes

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  5. The girl in the middle looking good,I will have to roll when I see her...Oh yeah congrats & whatever.

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  6. That is what I am talking about. Great story × 1000.Congratulations youngsters keep making yourselves, family and friends happy.

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