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Our next Splash will be November 13, 2022!


ESP Biography



SHANIECE PINDER, Bahamian Junior studying Economics & French




Major: Economics

College/Employer: Clark

Year of Graduation: 2016

Picture of Shaniece Pinder

Brief Biographical Sketch:

Shaniece is an international student from the Bahamas. Before coming to Clark she completed the International Baccalaureate at Lester B. Pearson United World College, in BC, Canada (a school for international students committed to fostering change and cultural understanding through academics & community service). She is currently a junior majoring in Economics and minoring in French. She serves as a Resident Advisor in Maywood Hall. She is also the President of Caribbean African Student Association. She was also a DJ at Radio of Clark University with a show featuring music from all over the Caribbean. She has also worked & blogged for various art & lifestyle magazines in the Caribbean. In her spare time Shaniece enjoys cooking and writing poetry.



Past Classes

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A402: Irie Vibes & Lazy Limes: A look into the evolution of Caribbean Music in Splash Fall 2014 (Nov. 16, 2014)
This course will take a closer into the evolution of Caribbean music. It will focus first on the different origins of various genres of Caribbean music ranging from Reggae, Ska, Calypso, Dancehall, Culture (concious reggae), Reggaeton, Zouk, Soca etc. Additionally. Bob Marley (although iconic and legendary) was not the only pioneer in Caribbean region. Students will learn about other pioneers in Caribbean music. There will also be focus on carnival music and its variations throughout the region. Students will get a chance to hear, see and learn the music of the region along with a dance or two!