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Culture Week a blast

Culture Week a blast

Laura Elementary School opened its Culture Week on campus with a lot of fun. Students and teachers wore woven hats in support of Lutok Kobban Alele program for the week. They continued their day with Marshallese biit dances and chanting, which brought a lot of cheering and laughter from parents, students and teachers. Students at […]

Ebeye celebrates Taiwan Day

Ebeye celebrates Taiwan Day

The Kwajalein Atoll Local Government announced the sponsorship of Taiwan Day on Ebeye to thank and recognize Taiwan’s assistance in health and agriculture. The special day was held September 9. Taiwan Ambassador Jeffery SC Hsiao and Madam Hsiao were invited, along with traditional leader Drille J. Kabua representing Iroojlaplap Michael Kabua, Nitijela Member David Paul, […]

CMI court closed until 2022

CMI court closed until 2022

GEOVANNIE JOHNSON Trying to play basketball? The College of the Marshall Islands basketball court was closed off to the public this past summer due to corrosion of the roof. The structure was built in 2013 by a visiting US Navy team and has served as a multi-purpose space for many events for sports, school fairs […]

CMI’s active media team

CMI’s active media team

Want to have a video filmed professionally? Turn your old black and white photos to look like new? These employees/work study students of the College of the Marshall Islands Media Center do all this and more. CMI went back to school for the fall semester earlier this month and the campus is hopping with students, […]

Australian Embassy opens doors

Australian Embassy opens doors

After several months of planning, the new Australian Embassy in Majuro has opened its doors at the NAPA building in Uliga. The Embassy had been temporarily based at Wallaby Downs in Long Island since April. The Australian Embassy celebrated the move with a morning tea with Foreign Minister Casten Nemra, Secretary Anjanette Kattil and her […]

Fun BuBBles over at Laura’s Beach

Fun BuBBles over at Laura’s Beach

WILMER JOEL Majuro Stake Relief Society of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (LDS) alongside the Young Single Adult (YSA) organization held a camping and picnic expedition at Laura Beach at the end of July. Although both groups were in the same place they were separated and scattered in different areas of […]

Jo-Jikum’s creative climate action

Jo-Jikum’s creative climate action

It’s the end of the summer semester for the College of the Marshall Islands and you know what that means? A new two-week program for Jo-Jikum to lead!The workshop is targeted to high school students who are learning songwriting, weaving or painting all related to climate issues.The Majuro-based youth organization just recently completed a film […]

Cruising on Kõto im Al

Cruising on Kõto im Al

Waan Aelon in Majel (Canoes of the Marshall Islands) held a launching ceremony for their collaborative project, the WAM vessel that has been named “Kõto im Al” (Wind and Sun). Afterwards, participants were able to ride the vessel around the lagoon for a short cruise using an outboard engine powered by solar panels.The project is […]

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