Daily Archives: 10/29/2019

Anthropology: Ancestral home of modern humans is in Botswana- study finds

Other scientists raise questions about results, which were based on DNA samples

Zambezi River. Botswana

Science editor  @iansample – 

The swathe of land south of the Zambezi River became a thriving home to Homo sapiens 200,000 years ago, the researchers suggest, and sustained an isolated, founder population of modern humans for at least 70,000 years.


Why Guyana’s wilderness needs visitors ‘We want to keep our forest’ – The Guardian UK

A community-run wildlife tour shows how tourism can help preserve a remote rainforest and introduces visitors to a stunning array of fauna and jungle vistas

by Sun 27 Oct 2019

Queen’s College Alumni Association of Toronto hosts Literary Event – By Kemahl Khan

Kemahl “ARK” Khan
Kemahl “ARK” Khan

By Kemahl Khan

Editor’s Note: On Friday, September 13, QC alumnus, Kemahl “ARK” Khan, died while on vacation with his daughter and grand-children.  ARK attended QC in 1951-1958 and was a member of Weston “F” House. Living in Toronto, he was one of the most active members of the Toronto Chapter of the Queen’s College Alumni Association.
When I joined the executive for a brief time in the early 2000s, it was Kemahl that I was most frequently in contact with. He served as President of the Association (2009-2011), and was also a past Assistant Recording Secretary for the International Committee of the Queen’s College of Guyana Alumni Associations (ICQC).      Continue reading