THE QUEEN’S COLLEGE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF GEORGIA DONATES TELEVISION!
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THE QUEEN’S COLLEGE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF GEORGIA DONATES TELEVISION!!!
Today, the 8th of May, 2023, Dr. Surendra Pesaud, on behalf of the Queen’s College Alumni Association of Georgia, presented a 65-inch smart television to the college. This television will be used in the Industrial Technology Department. The Queen’s College Alumni Association of Georgia is working actively to raise funds to assist with purchases from the needs list of our college. Moreover, as this association grows, it aims to financially support its alma mater.
Thank you, QCAAG!!
Written by: Brandon Ramdin
Photograph credits: Rovin Lall
The Queen’s College Alumni Association of Georgia Virtual Wine Tasting Event 6 CANS (2 BOTTLE EQUIVALENT)
The Queen’s College Alumni Association of Georgia presents a virtual wine-tasting event led by a sommelier from Maker Wine. Join us on May 20th at 7 pm ET for an evening of wine tasting from the comfort of your home. Taste through a series of California wines from small, diverse producers while you nibble on curated snacks or homemade charcuterie board.
$20 from each order will be donated to the alumni association. Add on an optional Maker Wine Snack Pack to your order for snacking during the event.
WHEN: Saturday, May 20th, 7PM ET
WHERE: via Zoom
REGISTRATION: Purchase 6-pack of wine or wine + snacks below to register
DEADLINE: Order by Saturday, May 6th for on-time delivery
2 cans of Sparkling Sauvignon Blanc
2 cans of Chenin Blanc
2 cans of Zinfandel
1 optional Snack Pack
(1 can = ⅓ of a bottle)
Queen’s College. We are financing the entire tuition bill of our scholarship recipient, a QC alumni student
in her third year studying at the University of Guyana. We have also donated items to
Queen’s College, based on its needs list, and I look forward to contributing more. Therefore we are grateful
for your support in making this fundraiser a success.
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My University Experience So Far – An Update from Annastasia Carter
Firstly, I would like to thank you all for your financial and moral support. I am grateful for this opportunity and the relationships I have made from it.
Since joining the University of Guyana in 2020, I have been on a constant journey of self-growth; I am learning more about my strengths and weaknesses, discovering more of my academic passions, and regaining my love for some areas I had lost it. It is, however, far different from what I had imagined my University life to be like, and that is because I had not envisioned a global pandemic to begin just before I started my venture. Still, I believe I have made the best of it so much, so I have become fond of online learning because of my introverted nature. In my faculty of Social Sciences, I have come to admire a few professors so far; in my first year at the university, I met Ms. Sinikka Henry. She was patient, kind, and very passionate about her work. It is the kind of passion that seems to transfer. It was in her class I came to rediscover my love for writing. I believe her gentle nature and the freedom she gave us to write on whatever topic we may please laid the foundation. In the first semester of my second year, I met Ms. Coreen Jacobs-Chester; she taught me one of my many politics courses. She had a reputation for being one of the stern hard, marking lecturers; she refused to have us do multiple choice examinations and brought her first exam as a 3 part all essays paper. I remember staying up well into the morning hours writing these essays to the best of my ability; a few weeks later, one of my colleagues expressed how poorly they had done, and then came a lot more agreeing. I was worried that I had begun regaining confidence in my writing, and if my classmates had done so poorly, I could not imagine what I had done. Finally, my grade was released, and I was ecstatic; I had lost a single mark. Since I have been having a merry time writing essay papers, my lecturers assign, and slowly, I have seen I perform better than multiple choice papers, which I hope my third year will be even better than the two I have had so far.
The next professor who has left an impression on me is Mr. Kadasi Ceres, he has taught me two of my politics courses so far, and I have grown to favour my political philosophy courses a little more since I had already had an interest in Greek philosophers. Mr. Ceres is encouraging; his classroom, be it online, has always been a place of comfort. He encourages discussions but does not force them, which I like because of my nature. From reading so far, I am sure you can pick up that I, unfortunately, am not a great public speaker. This I am working on because I believe I will need it further into my career. This semester in another one of my politics courses, the professor placed us into groups to debate against each other. He then said everyone must speak, which terrified me because while I have no qualms about speaking on something I am passionate about, I view debates as a little aggressive. I had never participated in a debate before, but I did my research, practiced with my group, and on the day of, I was the third speaker. To my surprise, I won the best speaker; I am now more open to the idea of debates though I doubt I would be any less nervous.
It has been great so far, and I am excited to enter my third year of University. I also now know what I want to do next in my studies. So even though I have struggled with my health this semester and am displeased with some of my performances, I still mark it as a good one.
Thank you once again for everything.
Congratulations to our Guyana Family Fun Day winners hosted by the Guyana Association of Georgia!
We appreciate your support.
Digital marketing services from DEEG Consulting Services $130 value
Amazon Gift Card $100 value
Visa Gift Card $50 value
Delta Gift Card $100 value toward an airline ticket purchase
Eldorado Rum – 12 year – $40 value
2 bottles of rum – El Dorado/Cavalier $75 value
Soap gift basket from Fiona’s hand crafted $80.00
University of Guyana students win Webbys
QCAAGA at Guyana Family Fun Day – May 29th, 2022
The Queen’s College Alumni Association of Georgia will host a booth at the Guyana Association of Georgia Family Fun Day on May 29th, 2022. Stop by and visit us, complete a membership application, and support our raffle.
All proceeds to the scholarship fund and other initiatives.
The Family Fun Day is on Sunday, May 29th, from 12:30 to 8:30 pm.
Lithonia Amphitheater, 2515 Park Drive, Lithonia GA 30058
Raffle Tickets – Purchase here
Raffle QR Code