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Students at The Berkeley Institute Benefit from New Collaboration
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Students at The Berkeley Institute Benefit from New Collaboration

When Quincy Paynter, deputy principal at The Berkeley Institute—a public senior school in Bermuda—wanted to provide his students with team-building experiences that would also highlight key scientific concepts related to electives offered at his school, he knew where to turn: the BIOS Education Department. “Our partnership with BIOS bloomed a number of years ago from a series of workshops that were offered for teachers during October mid-term breaks,” Paynter said. The first workshop he attended included exercises with building and…


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The Bermuda Zoological Society Launch Micro Forest Project

One of the newest projects from the Bermuda Zoological Society is a pilot programme focussed on restoring endemic Bermudian plant life. The BZS Micro Forest Project aims to have volunteers both young and old plant native Bermudian flora to reduce…


Community

When Saturdays Became Learning Days at BIOS

When the ongoing pandemic scuttled Maya Leighton’s plans this fall to attend a university overseas, she instead enrolled for a year at Bermuda College. There, a professor noted Leighton’s commitment to marine sciences and suggested a unique opportunity. How about…


HSBC in the Community

HSBC and The Eliza DoLittle Society Partner to Provide Grocery Hampers to the Community

Between the 26th and 30th January 2021, HSBC partnered with The Eliza DoLittle Society (‘TEDS’) charity and provided 250 grocery hampers to food insecure members of our community. Over the four day period, the distribution of the 250 hampers from…


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The Bermudian Turns 91!

The Bermudian magazine is officially 91 years old! The first issue, published on February 15, 1930, introduced The Bermudian as “A magazine dedicated to Bermuda and Bermuda Life,” and by that standard not much has changed. Back then, the price…

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10 Facts about the COVID-19 Vaccine in Bermuda You Need to Know

As COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc over our island, many are hoping for a brighter and safer 2021 - or at best to be able to join loved ones for kite flying and hot cross buns on Good Friday. Here’s…