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Atlanta’s Titus Ziegler Wins Tom Joyner Foundation ‘Full Ride’ Scholarship

Titus Ziegler, of Atlanta, Ga., is the winner of the Tom Joyner Foundation® “Full Ride Scholarship” that will cover full tuition, room and board (on-campus only) and books up to 10 semesters. 587 more words

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Suicides at HBCU's

The death of a loved one, whether it be family or a friend is always something extremely hard to deal with. When it happens of natural causes it is difficult but how are you supposed to feel when someone you care about decides to take their own life. 250 more words

On Humanity

The cause of freedom is not the cause of a race or a sect, a party or a class-it is the cause of human kind, the very birthright of humanity.

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Springtime Fashion on the Yard

Maybe it’s me, but it seems as if sunny days and warm weather bring the best out of everyone. As the school year winds down, the events on campus are turning up, creating a breeding ground for some of the most stylish outfits of the semester. 89 more words

HBCU Storyteller Spotlight | North Carolina Central University Chancellor Debra Saunders-White

“Eagle Excellence” or “E-squared” is the motto of North Carolina Central University‘s 11th Chancellor Debra Saunders-White, a one-time math teacher and IBM systems engineer who was acting assistant secretary for the U.S. 126 more words

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H-U...You Know | Courtney Eiland, Howard University '07

I can still remember that hot August day, more than a decade ago, when cars displaying license plates from all over the country were lined up along 4th Street NW in front of the Tubman Quadrangle. 794 more words

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Importance of Latinos at Florida A&M University

The importance of Latinos at a historically black university and/or college will allow students to gather with one another to communicate and relate to spread unity in society. 583 more words

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