Mrs. Green A Memoir

The quality of seDSC_0106 copyrvice Mrs. Melanie Tarn-Green has given to Campion College did not go un-noticed on Thursday, September 25, 2014. If anyone doubted her indelible contribution they need only to have seen the congregation who came to celebrate her life and service at the St. Peter and Paul Church. Mrs. Green was remembered as a woman of a cheerful ...

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Manning Cup: Campion Kicks Off

Campion's Manning Cup Team

 

It was finally match day for Campion College who sought to upset Cup favourites Kingston College at their home to begin the ISSA Lime Manning Cup 2014 season. Campion played like worthy opponents from the sound of the whistle as the Campion midfield had control of the pace in the early stages of the game. Campion’s first choice goalkeeper Christopher Lynch was the highlight of the match as he ...

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Chikungunya

Chikungunya, commonly called ‘Chick-V’ and sometimes comically called ‘Chick-G’, ‘Chick’ and ‘Chick-an-Gungo’, and the list continues, is a viral disease that causes fever and severe joint pains. All jokes aside however, just how much do you know about Chikungunya and what can you do to discontinue the spread of this crippling virus?

Chikungunya is spread by the Ades mosquito (specifically the A. aegypti in Jamaica); these mosquitos also spread another well-known viral disease Dengue, which similar to Chik-V, causes fever and ...

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Natural Hair

I have had no idea what my hair has felt like for six years.

Does this sound strange to you? Well, since the age of eleven years old I have been chemically straightening my hair. My real texture was a mystery to me, until one day I decided to meet my hair.

It was a strange phenomenon to meet my hair. It was hard to manage at first. It had a mind of its own and ...

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Heritage Week

Though it was comparatively short, the History Department of Campion College managed to pull off an excitement filled Heritage/Culture week. This began on Monday, October 14th, 2013 in General Assembly and ended on Wednesday, October 16th with the Heritage Day Concert. This is one of the most anticipated days of the school year, for some, it’s a chance for students to show off their best rendition of our ancestors, while for some of the mid-term; or in other ...

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