Some students spend their final months in college looking for an employer, but Texas Southern University Senior Derek Michael Parker is working at a different level. 339 more words
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Precious Osagie-Erese | Contributing Writer
Historically Black Colleges and Universities were founded on the premise to enrich the education for colored students around the country. The once proud choice to attend a school surrounded by culture, scholars and frankly people who shared the same skin color, is gradually decreasing as HBCU’s begins to lose its place as the heart of African American education. 973 more words
Historically black colleges and universities which are now being threatened in the argument of predominately white colleges or institutions vs. historically black colleges and universities should remain because they are and have been student centered through opportunities for higher education and they empower African American students. 983 more words
A HUGE congratulations to Markese and John of FIght for Light for their exemplary work with sustainability and education.
By: Brandi Giles
The topic of rape remains on the minds of some students now since the play “Race” opened, which explores the topic in-depth. Head nurse of student services Walretta Chandler believes that many campus related rapes go unreported. 305 more words