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Posted by:May 31st 2005, 04:43:24 am
kristiBrilandkid - you forgot to end your message with "Briland sweet hey" ! What's up doc???
Posted by:May 31st 2005, 12:28:07 am
BrilandkidCongraulations are in order for all our graduates. Since Education is the key to the future, then you have now being giving the key to the future. It is now up to you to use that key to open the doors of the future. This key of achivement have the wings of the eagle. You are now able to reach infinite heights. So soar to those heigths. there is no telling how high those wings will take you. Yet do not forget your nest and most of all, make way for other new eagles to follow.
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Posted by:May 30th 2005, 02:36:14 pm
Fig Tree News TeamMay 30, 2005 09:48
COB Graduates 601 Students
COB graduates are to be found in every profession, in a wide range of businesses and financial enterprises, the church, the public sector and even the government.

Six hundred and one students graduated from the College of the Bahamas yesterday, receiving various diplomas, certificates, and associate degrees. For the first time ever, graduate degrees were also presented.

The nation's top tertiary institution held its graduation ceremony for the class of 2005 at the Oakes Field Campus. The commencement address, delivered by former COB President Dr Keva Bethel, encouraged graduates to use their knowledge to improve the quality of life for all Bahamians. Dr Bethel was named President Emerita earlier that day.

"For whatever of value I was able to accomplish at the College was only possible because of the talents, imagination, commitment and sheer hard work of the many hundreds of faculty, staff and administrators who, for minimal tangible reward, found as I did special joy and satisfaction in helping build this important national institution," she said.

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