Dr. Gloria I. Joseph and Ulla Neuburger, former board members of Women’s Coalition of St. Croix, find much to fault about the WCSC 2016 calendar.
Carlene Woods praises the work and dedication of Claire Roker, who has spent her life preparing young women for Caribbean, national and international pageants.
Khnuma Simmonds-Esannason, Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Council (DVSAC) executive director, reflects on past accomplishments and thanks supporters in advance for what will be a recharged, productive future.
Mary L. Moorhead, a member of the Virgin Islands Board of Education, gives an overview of the problems in the St. Croix school system and recommends some solutions.
Kyza A. Callwood says that combating crime in the Virgin Islands is a “matter of communication, commitment and time.” He lists several ways to begin this process.
Kendall Griffith, M.D., who recently stepped down as CEO of Gov. Juan F. Luis Hospital and Medical Center, gives his reasons for the path he has taken in life, and gives an account of what he and his staff have accomplished at JFL.
Jason Budsan calls for last year’s Bill 30-0525 to re-establish the Virgin Islands inspector general as a semi-autonomous agency should be re-introduced in the present Legislative session.
Maria del Pino Cruz, a former nurse at the Frederiksted Health Center, writes about the deterioration of the center’s mental health unit during her time there.
Hugo V. Hodge Jr., the CEO of WAPA, denies that he has said things as reported by a local blogger, who he considers a liar and an illegitimate journalist.
Kelvin Martin hopes the new attorney general nominee, while pursuing Gov. de Jongh’s alleged illegalities, will not ignore possible corruption by Gov. Mapp.