St. Lucian Association USC dominates cultural awards

By Quinn St. Juste

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(SNO) — Saint Lucia once again made history at the University of the Southern Caribbean (USC) Trinidad campus Saturday night!

The Saint Lucian contingent of the school’s campus claimed the vast majority of the awards at the annual International Student Week Award Ceremony.

Saint Lucians are no strangers to excellence at USC. In fact, the Lucian club are perennial winners of various competitions held on campus. However, this year was something special.

The club, led by President Mckern Auguste, walked away with a whopping eight awards on the night, clean-sweeping the five prestige awards and also walking away with three individual pageant awards.

Awards for the night included: Mr and Ms Culture USC, Jean Neal Lima and Letia Alexander, both hailing from the community of Baboneau; ISW Booth Display Trophy, ISW Cultural Culinary Trophy and the big one, the overall Cultural Challenge Trophy.

Letia Alexander (left) and Jean Neal Lima

Altogether, the week of activities was a resounding success. We have a lot to be proud of, as our nation’s people continue to showcase their talents to international community, par excellence.

The writer of this article, Quinn St. Juste, serves as the editor for the Channel Magazine on campus as well as the male secretary for the St. Lucian Association USC

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  1. Instrument of Peace

    Bravo! Bravo! Here's something to be proud of Saint Lucians. When bad publicity puts us all to shame we still have aspiring young men and women making LUCIA proud. Hats off to all the Saint Lucians at the University of the Southern Caribbean (USC) in Trinidad for their hard work, commitment to excellence and love for our country, spreading fair Helen's name internationally. Well done Letia and Jean Neal!

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