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Event: DFree Presents: "Young Money" A Panel Discussion

DFree will be at the Robert Woodruff Library next Tuesday, September 26th at 6pm in the Exhibition Hall. Come out and learn about how to have financial freedom. 13 more words

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Hot Topic: Spelman College Will Admit Transgender Students in Fall 2018

Mary Schmidt Campbell, President of Spelman College, recently announced that the Atlanta-based school of approximately 2,200 students will now accept qualified trans women during the 2018-2019 school year. 185 more words

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Spelman Announces Plans To Admit Transgender Women Beginning In 2018

This move makes Spelman the first HBCU to openly admit transgender students.

As the world continues to be more open and accepting of transgender men and women, many barriers are being broken to include their rights. 453 more words

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Spelman Announces Plans To Admit Transgender Women Beginning In 2018

As the world continues to be more open and accepting of transgender men and women, many barriers are being broken to include their rights. Noted HBCU Spelman College has taken a huge step forward in inclusion by announcing plans to openly admit transgender women. 391 more words

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Spelman College Will Now Accept Trans Women Students

Spelman College is setting a precedent for historically Black colleges and universities across the country. On September 5 it was announced that the all-women’s college will… 334 more words

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My Summers Are No Longer Mine

What is a Vacation?

Having a summer internship was the expectation at Spelman. If you didn’t have one secured by late March/early May what were you doing with your life? 643 more words

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5 Reasons Why My College Experience Was NOT An Episode of "A Different World"

As a matter of fact, I don’t know why it would have been because I didn’t attend an HBCU.

I was actually accepted to Lincoln University in Jefferson City, Missouri although my parents quickly crushed any hopes of me traveling that far to attend school. 775 more words