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He is now Dr David Michael Rudder.
On October 24, the calypsonian, whose
"lyrics could make a politician cringe and
turn a woman s body into jelly," took the
stage in a different light.
Rudder was honoured with the degree of
Doctor of Letters (DLitt) from the University
of the West Indies for outstanding cultural
contributions, alongside Dr Marjorie Thorpe,
for her dedication and service to UWI, the
country and the region.
The event marked the third day of the
2015 graduation ceremony of the University
of the West Indies. Held at UWI Spec, St
Augustine campus, it saw over 3,500 grad-
uands honoured for their years of hard work
and dedication. Rudder stood tall and proud,
as the honour was bestowed on him by
Chancellor Sir George Alleyne and Vice-
Chancellor Professor Sir Hilary Beckles.
Mere minutes later his performance of
the hit, Calypso Music, created quite a stir
and drew loud applause and participation
from the studious-looking audience.
A hush, though, fell over the auditorium,
when Rudder performed The Ganges and
the Nile. His powerful voice, accompanied
by guitarist Wayne Bruno, reverberated
around the halls of UWI Spec and elicited
rousing applause on the last note.
Following the graduation, Rudder, accom-
panied by wife, Christine, daughter Sarai
and sons Isaac, Noah and Adam, said he
was inspired by the response from the
younger members in the UWI audience.
It was a sign, he said, that his music was
not "just floating in the wind."
In delivering the graduation address,
Thorpe noted the dominant ratio of female
graduates to their male counterparts.
"...the very presence of so many young
women at this ceremony demonstrates that
like their male colleagues, our women, too,
now command the technical skills, the
knowledge, the analytical competence and
the determination to be equal partners in
the drive to achieve developed country sta-
tus," she stated.
They are just two of this year s eight hon-
orary graduates, who also include Hollis R
Charles, Justice Angela Permanand, A. Nor-
man Sabga, Gerard Besson, Justice Ralph
Narine and Rajkumar Persad.
Lily Kwok, who delivered the valedictorian
speech, having graduated with a Bachelor
of Arts, Literatures in English and Linguistics
(First Class Honours), recalled the choice
to curtail her pursuit of law. She encouraged
the graduands to be true to themselves,
even if it meant overlooking the demands
or expectations of family, friends and soci-
ety.Also among the graduands was one of
the media s own: TV4 presenter Nikoli
Edwards, Guild Secretary, was awarded a
bachelor of arts degree in communication
studies and theatre Arts. Edwards was joined
by his fellow UWI student executives, Kyle
Delzin and Makesi Peters, who were cele-
brated for their achievements.
Delzin was awarded a bachelor of science
degree in mechanical engineering, while
Peters received a bachelor of science degree
in international relations and psychology.
Partners for First People Development
will hold "Mashirimehi," their Annual
Pastelle Making and Indigenous Food Fair
on November 1.
The event will take place at the Arima
Tennis Court from 8 am. Patrons can expect
rich aromas and tasty South American dishes.
Coco, chocolate and provision will also be
on sale. The main sponsor is Jo Sing---Yellow
Corn Meal. Admission is free.
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