Military spouses Tara Johnson and Courtney Chauvin both fell in love with Okinawa. Neighbors in a Yomitan apartment complex and both mothers of two young children, the two were hoping to find an Okinawan children’s book to carry the memories of the idyllic paradise they called home.
The Scholarships for Military Children Program for the 2020 – 2021 school year kicks off Dec. 16, marking its 20th year of awarding grants to military families and celebrating the commissary’s role in enhancing their quality of life.
World Theater Productions (in conjunction with Step Up Entertainment & Dance Company and in partnership with UOG Triton Athletics) presents Disney's Frozen JR. on December 7 at the UOG Calvo Field House.
Classrooms have long been a place of structure, chairs and desks neatly aligned in rows, books and binders stowed in an orderly fashion, from elementary school on up to the finest colleges and universities.
Sailors assigned to the submarine tender USS Emory S. Land (AS 39) and Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Asheville (SSN 758) pose for a photo with children and staff at the Bagong Pag-Asa Youth Rehabilitation Center during a community relations event, Nov. 12.
About 21,000 student veterans will see lower living stipends next semester after the Department of Veterans Affairs finally implements a law that alters how students are paid when they attend satellite campuses.
More than 250 pieces of ceramic artwork will be available for sale at Ceramic Celebration XII, a fundraising event for the University of Guam’s Isla Center for the Arts that launches tomorrow and runs until Nov. 22.
The Guam Bus is a creative collective run by brothers – Michael and Jack Lujan Bevacqua (Familian Kabesa yan Bittot) – that produces and publishes Chamoru-themed books, comics and other educational materials aimed at promoting the Chamoru language, culture.