Concepts such as self-love, confidence, healthy relationships, and positive body image were explored in the student play "Phenomenally" Thursday as UVI ssenior Nyaila Callwood premiered her first play in the Little Theater to an enthusiastic audience of friends, family, classmates, and community members.
This year’s 13th Annual Vento Shakespeare Festival was an overwhelming success, with approximately 120 students and eight teachers participating.
The special art exhibit is part of the FFAM (Food, Fashion, Art and Music) Festival that will happen from 6-9 p.m., on Friday, April 20.
Kendra Kent's platform is centered around mental health/wellness awareness especially among her peers and entitled: “The Wounds Unseen.”
Senior marine biology major Nyaila Callwood will premiere her first stage play, "Phenomenally" on Thursday in the Little Theater at the University of the Virgin Islands St. Thomas campus.
Building up to the Vento Shakespeare Festival, several in-school workshops are presented as a part of introducing and learning to perform Shakespeare.
An anonymous donor has donated 20 ukuleles and 10 accompanying method books to the V.I. Department of Education -- Division of Music Education.
The annual Miss University of the Virgin Islands Ambassadorial Competition that will take place on Saturday, April 14, in the St. Croix Educational Complex Gymnasium.
Over the weekend, children with varying abilities flocked to the “Cultivating Inclusion – Easter at the Movies” event hosted by Gov. Kenneth E. Mapp.
The sculpture is a gift to Denmark from the Virgin Islands on the occasion of the centennial of the transfer of the Islands to the United States in 1917.