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So You Want to be Greek?: The Honeymoon Stage

[DISCLAIMER: The ‘So You Want to be Greek’ series is not meant to degrade any organization or member of an organization. It is simply me telling you an experience in order to help those who may be interested in one day becoming a member of a greek organization. 522 more words

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Word Challenge Day 20 (Poem)

(I wanted to post this up last week, but just ran out of time. The day’s topic was, “Describe a color without using its name.” I plan to expound on this eventually because there’s so much I want to say, but this is how I will leave it for now.) 276 more words

Poetry

How to Save Money while in School

Saving money while in school can be difficult to keep up with, especially when you want the best college experience your campus can offer. Of course your loans and other financial avenues cover your entire tuition including books but after you’re done with school you are stuck with possibly lifelong payment plans toward borrowed student loans. 181 more words

HBCU questionnaire

1.What makes your HBCU unique? My HBCU is unique because it is the youngest HBCU in Mississippi. Like most other HBCU’s it was established to train teachers for rural and elementary schools and to provide vocational training, similar values shared across the HBCU nation. 282 more words

NSU Theatre named as Best Fine Arts Program finalist in Sixth Annual HBCU Awards Ceremony

The Sixth Annual HBCU Awards Ceremony will be held on July 15, 2016 at the University of the District of Columbia. Finalists were selected from more than 600 submissions from colleges and individuals around the country, based upon media exposure and impact on institutional progress made during the 2015-16 academic year. 827 more words

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Interactive Design Intern-New York City, NY

JOB DETAILS

Company name:
Chanel
Position:
Interactive Design Intern
Function:
Development
Reporting to:
Unspecified
Location:
New York City, NY
Posted:
23 May 2016
Level:
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Spartan Echo named as Best Student Newspaper finalist in Sixth Annual HBCU Awards Ceremony

The Sixth Annual HBCU Awards Ceremony will be held on July 15, 2016 at the University of the District of Columbia. Finalists were selected from more than 600 submissions from colleges and individuals around the country, based upon media exposure and impact on institutional progress made during the 2015-16 academic year. 828 more words

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