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Roundtable: Educating Bermuda

The success of Bermuda’s public-education system is vital if we are to prepare our young people to play a meaningful role in our island’s future. The Blueprint for Reform in Education is the public system’s strategic plan covering the years 2010 to 2015. Its goal is to deliver a first-class education of global standards to ensure that students reach their full potential. You can download a copy of the report at www.moed.bm. We asked five people who are close to…


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Walk a Mile (or 21) in Her Shoes

The Bermuda End-to-End charity walk began in 1988 when three non-Bermudians planned an informal trek covering Bermuda’s entire Railway Trail. They welcomed the physical exercise as well as the opportunity to see Bermuda from a different perspective. To their amazement,…


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Meet the Bermudians: Illustrator, Dana Cooper

Name: Dana Cooper Position: Illustrator / Designer Year started: 1987 What was your first job for The Bermudian? I created a series of Fashion illustrations for Kevin Stevenson back in 1987. Last thought before you get to work in the…


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Meet the Bermudians: Advertising Manager, Loida Ratteray

Name: Loida R. Ratteray Position: Advertising Manager Year started: 2011 What was your first day like? Exciting! I could not wait to get started. Last thought before you get to work in the morning? Let’s do it! Sell, sell, sell!…


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Meet the Bermudians: Assistant to the Editor, Gabrielle Boyer

Name: Gabrielle Boyer Position: Assistant to the Editor; Writer; Blogging Extraordinaire! Year started: 2010 What was your first day like? My first day was spent “playing Post Office”, a game Tina invented as a fun way for her to get…

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Meet the Bermudians: Associate Editor, Laura Bell

Name: Laura Ann Bell Position: Associate Editor Year started: 2005 What was your first day like? It was Halloween and I really considered showing up in costume. But I didn’t want Tina to think I was completely nuts. (At least…