Denmark, S.C.- Award-winning public speaker and lawyer Lecia J. Rives recently spoke about beginning to believe so that one can become during the Women’s History Month close-out virtual program. Rives said she wanted to be a lawyer when she was in school so much that
on White House Environmental Justice Advisory Council HOUSTON (March 31, 2021) – Dr. Robert Bullard, distinguished professor of Urban Planning and Environmental Policy at Texas Southern University (TSU), has been appointed to the White House Environmental Justice Advisory Council (WHEJAC). The 26-member body will advise
Denmark, S.C.- Voorhees College recently held the virtual 2021 W. Franklin Evans Honors College Induction Ceremony: “Prepared for Change,” where 20 students were inducted. Mr. Voorhees College Denzel Walls, an honors college member himself, said the occasion highlights the candidates’ scholarly achievements and he hopes
Denmark, S.C.- Lecia J Rives, entertainer, author, comedian, and educator, will close out the Voorhees College virtual Women’s History Month speaker series on Tuesday, March 30, at 11 a.m. via the institution’s Facebook and YouTube pages. She is the founder and CEO of Speak uP!
If ever there was a time for women to rise up and take a stand in society, that time is now, according to Pastor Dr. Debora Grant-Scotland, who delivered an awe-inspiring message during the Chapel Service at Voorhees College Tuesday. The Georgetown, South Carolina native
(JACKSON, Miss.) — Jackson State University is one of five HBCUs joining the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture’s (NMAAHC) consortium to enhance their ability to care for and share archives that tell the story of African Americans and their essential role
Denmark, SC – Voorhees College will return to face-to-face instruction and resume normal campus operations in fall 2021. “While some of our students have been on campus throughout the current semester, we are looking forward to a full and exciting on-campus education and student life experience,”
JACKSON, Miss.) — COVID-19 symptoms were so unpleasant that even air brushing against the skin was excruciating for JSU computer engineering student Simon Williams, and memories of constant pain explain why he gleefully joined nearly 300 others for a campuswide vaccination in the Lee E.
DENMARK, SC – Seven members of the Voorhees College basketball teams have earned postseason honors by the Association of Independent Institutions (A.I.I.). The announcement came following the group’s recent tournament. Ashley Johnson, Brittani McDonald and Anaze Ravenel of the women’s team, and Tawon Buie, Statan