The Department of Veterans Affairs agreed to preserve Ashford University’s eligibility to receive GI Bill benefits after years of whistleblowers, veterans, and state officials sounding the alarm over the school’s alleged predatory habits aimed at veterans.
An agreement signed today among four Guam agencies and one non-government entity will formalize a working alliance among coral reef scientists and managers related to reef restoration, rehabilitation, and damage mitigation.
Learn to say “I love you” in nine languages just in time for Valentine’s Day at the “How to Say ‘I Love You’: Love Languages in the Pacific” event to be held at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 13, at the Guam Museum.
Guam residents interested in knowing more about Guam’s native plants will have an opportunity this Saturday in the second part of a series of free native plant workshops being offered by Cooperative Extension & Outreach at the University of Guam and the Guam Department of Agriculture’s Forestry Division.
500 Sails is delighted to announce it will be partnering with the Commonwealth Women's Assocation (CWA) to promote the Sirena Project. This project provides FREE swim classes to women and girls 12 years and older.