It has been quite some time since words on a paper poster have caused me to think so deeply. At first I felt my friend Soyini McPherson had finally lost her marbles. The words “SAVE WOMEN, NOT BREASTS” were boldly emblazoned on the poster she made for the Avon Breast Cancer Awareness march this morning.… Continue reading Save Women NOT Breasts!
Today marked a day of infuriation for me, a day of infuriation with the administration of the University of Guyana, one that cannot be forgiven or forgotten. A first examination, a mere quizz, like many others, was postponed on numerous occasions for varying reasons that ranged from inadequate seating, clashes with other courses and overall… Continue reading The University of Guyana’s ineptitude has become unbearable. Let’s start a student revolution now.
Recently I had a discussion with a colleague of mine who said to me: “1. Don’t allow feelings to compromise judgment [and] 2. Don’t be sympathetic to your own detriment.” This post is in response to that tone and other tones similar in nature.
On Saturday, the doors closed on yet another thrilling season of UGSS campaigning, and while the University celebrates the piloted use of electronic vote count machines, with possible usage at the national level, there were other human inventions tested during that election which could very well be used at the national level- Race voting.