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Morning Blend 14 March, 2013

Following Wednesday’s silent protest at College of The Bahamas by students, staff and faculty, we talk with Ernesto Williams, President, College of The Bahamas Union of Students (COBUS), about the issues these groups want addressed by the College Council and administration.

Also, St. Andrew’s School has an active Eco-committee, which has students – even and especially those in primary school – committed to environmental protection, recycling and conservation. Susan Tilney gives us details about the program, and the school’s efforts to achieve a prestigious Green Flag Award.

Plus, with special guest co-host Pamela Musgrove we discuss the appointment of Pope Francis, and the continuing injunction preventing numbers houses from being closed down.

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