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LINCOLN UNIVERSITY CELEBRATES GRAND OPENING OF THE DANJUMA AFRICAN ART CENTER

By Nicole Webb

LINCOLN UNIVERSITY-Saturday, April 12, The Lincoln University celebrated the grand opening of the Danjuma African Art Center featuring the Nigerian General, himself, Theophilus Danjuma. 623 more words

Campus And Community

Avery Coffey: Five Ivy League Colleges Vie For DC Student [VIDEO]

Avery Coffey, 17, a senior at D.C.’s prestigious Benjamin Banneker Academic High School, applied to five Ivy League schools and was accepted to all of them, reports… 327 more words

National

Sarah Vaughan crosses over

Aided by her extraordinary voice, technical proficiency, and mastery at adopting multiple performing personas, Sarah Vaughan obscured conventional divisions between jazz and pop, masculinity and femininity, and blackness and whiteness. 198 more words

Popular Music

My New African-American Studies Course

I presented this course syllabus to my amazing department chair for next year. I am not shocked by her endorsement and full support. I have spent a great deal of time doing the necessary research to make this course happen. 557 more words

Teaching

When Ghettos Become Verbs and We Concede Our “Wrongness of Being”

Originally published in Issue 3.

We change nouns into verbs. But they still things even when they mere words. Is that what I heard, or is that what you said? 1,490 more words

Politics