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Links In front of a painted backdrop of tropical skies, towering latte stones and tall coconut trees, performers transported visitors back in time during a showcase of what Guam's cultural performers will be presenting at the 11th Festival of Pacific
Written by Katrina Palanca Pacific Daily News Filed Under IF YOU GO 1st Marianas History Conference When: Thursday to Saturday Where: Fiesta Resort and Spa, Saipan Registration: Free Show up at the Fiesta Resort and Spa, Saipan at 8 a.m...The three
Links The top two honor graduates of George Washington High School have more in common than high academic achievements. Both have balanced academic obligations, excelled in sports and kept up with busy extracurricular commitments. Valedictorian
Gould and the Pacific Daily News Scholarship for Chamorro Studies and Art The scholarship offers $2,500 per academic year, $1,250 fall semester and $1,250 spring semester to two or more students majoring in Chamorro studies or art at the University
Student must be 55 years old or older. l Student must be a resident of Guam for 5 consecutive years. l To be eligible for the program, student must be admitted into the University of Guam. l Student may apply as degree-seeking or non-degree student.
Links A little rain didn't stop the Okkodo Bulldogs from graduating yesterday. The 265 graduates entered their very own football field with smiles on their faces...Each student was decked out in a maroon cap and gown with a navy blue sash. As
Links Karen Gayle is the new digital director for the Pacific Daily News. Gayle is responsible for the overall management of the guampdn.com website, and for developing and motivating the advertising sales team. Before she moved to the PDN, she was
Written by Jerick Sablan Pacific Sunday News Filed Under U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood yesterday visited the Jose D. Leon Guerrero Commercial Port, the island's only seaport point of entry for civilian goods. LaHood's trip, which primarily
Written by Filed Under The University of Guam is celebrating its 60th anniversary as an institution of higher education with various activities throughout the year. On June 30, the university is holding its first-ever Founder's Day gala, themed "Guam'
Written by Kassandra Marquez Pacific Daily News Filed Under Despite the certainty of a military buildup, the island's economic outlook will remain relatively flat until the real estate and construction industries begin to flourish, Gov. Eddie Calvo