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Appreciation for the Past and Inspiration for the Future: My First Alumna Homecoming Experience

Last month, I traveled to Atlanta to attend Spelman’s Homecoming 2016. As an undergraduate, Homecoming was the week that undoubtedly affirmed my decision to attend an HBCU. 740 more words

Alumna

Steve Harvey Son-In-Law Accused of Scamming Spelman & Morehouse Alumni Out Of Almost 300k

Hey Toxic Tea fans, okay well I found this article surfacing the blogs today, and I’m not sure if I truly want to believe in this story. 556 more words

Catching 22: Lagging Morehouse Enrollment, Student Debt and Generation Gaps

On the heels of the 2016 Spelhouse homecoming, Zettler is joined by Emmaus to give thoughts on the Hawks’ (Dwight’s) auspicious start, lagging Morehouse enrollment, mounting student debt and the generational gap between the “civil rights” guard and young black activists. 24 more words

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Event: Interview Sessions with Grammy Nominated Epic Records Artist GOLDe

Grammy nominated Epic Records/Awesom Life Ent recording Artist/Producer GOLDe makes his way to the AUC for a one-on-one conversation with some the brightest and talented young personalities in the AUC. 80 more words

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Roslyn Pope

This blog, the last in my set about the students of the Atlanta Student Movement, is no different from the rest. This blog’s purpose is to also bring the focus of the Movement to the students and make them and their contributions known. 745 more words

AMERICAN UNIVERSITY'S CHANGE AGENTS: ANGRY OR PASSIONATE?

American University’s response to racial hate crimes occurring on their campus was a community conversation, but it felt more like a heated political debate. In this case, the students were the commentators and the politicians were the members of the faculty who were bold enough to ‘take one for the team’ and attempt to uphold the reputation of the University. 1,735 more words

Ruby Doris Smith-Robinson

I have taken it upon myself to make the students of the Atlanta Student Movement more well known. In this blog, I will bring yet another student to the front of the Movement. 818 more words