We have recently lost another member of the University body to the gun. Brian Holness was shot and killed on Monday night and tomorrow, Friday September 30, we will mourn our loss by wearing black. A candle lighting Memorial will be held at the Student's union 5:30 to 7pm tomorrow. Come and show your support.
The External Affairs Committee's is having a Charity concert at the Students' Union on Friday September 30th.
Artistes- Proteje and the Indiggnation Band, Blue Grass in the Sky, Ragin Fyah Band and the UWI Pop Society.
Admission 350 presold 400 at the gate.
ALL Proceeds go towards refurbishment the Rose Garden Basic School.
The Jamaica Automobile Association (JAA) is offering part time employment to students of The University of the West Indies.
Here is how it works;
The JAA will provide; product training, branded attire, transportation from a central location and meals for each event. Depending on the nature of the event, compensation will be between $2,000 and $2,500 per event.
The JAA is trying to increase the pool of promoters who will be called upon to represent the company at scheduled weekend events during the year.
On Saturday September 17, the U.W.I. Mona graced the U-Tech Campus with our presence, prepared to go home the champions.
After competing at netball, basketball, volleyball, cricket, and football, we did just that!
Here is an overview of the scores for the day:
A unique introduction to Germany, its culture, history and language in an exhibition entitled 'Deutschland für Anfänger' -Germany for Beginners is currently on in the Assembly Hall. The opening hours are 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday to Friday this week. The exhibition closes on Friday, September 23 at 3:00 p.m. Please take the time to visit. You will come away much more knowledgeable about Germany.
The Violence Prevention Alliance (VPA) has organized a lap-a-thon themed The Race for Peace, for Wednesday, September 21, 2011 (The UN's International Day of Peace) from 3:30p.m.-6:30p.m. at the UWI, Mona Sports Bowl.
The event seeks to highlight best practices in peace building as well as the organizations behind these efforts. The contribution of the Late Professor Barry Chevannes to peace building in Jamaica will also be highlighted.
The deadline for students to make arrangement for payment has been extended to September 30, 2001. Students who have not made appropriate arrangements with respect to meeting their financial obligations to the University by this date will be placed on Compulsory Leave of Absence (LOA)
All students who are unable to pay their full tuition fees must pay the full Miscellaneous Fees and 20% of their Tuition Fee before they can become eligible for a Payment Plan.
The Guild Financial Assistance program also has a Sept. 30 deadline.