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In First, Charlotte Amalie High School Students Design Layout for Carnival Food Fair

Staff Consortium | April 27, 2022

The V.I. Dept. of Education announced Tuesday that students enrolled in the Architectural Drawing I & II class at Charlotte Amalie High School were tapped for a unique opportunity to design the layout for the St. Thomas Carnival Food Fair that residents and guests will enjoy on April 27 at Crown Bay.  According to Drafting & Architectural Drafting instructor, Shamang Straun, Department of Tourism Division of Festivals organizers contacted her with a request to design a fresh, new layout for the Food Fair, which is taking place at Crown Bay for the first time in Carnival history.  “We took the chance and accepted the challenge, and we invited the chairperson who oversees the food fair to our classroom, where she explained to the students exactly what she wanted,” Straun explained. “She wanted the layout of all the vendors, including mobile,…

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Staff Consortium | April 26, 2022

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Staff Consortium | April 20, 2022

The University of the Virgin Islands Association of Black Journalists (UVIABJ) will host its first virtual…

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Kia Griffith | June 19, 2021

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