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TSU set to welcome one of the largest classes in history

By: Texas Southern University Texas Southern University is poised to welcome one of the largest incoming classes in the history of the University. “We await these new students with great anticipation,” said TSU vice president for enrollment and student success Dr. DeNeia Thomas. “We look

Employment Opportunities!

By: U.S. Department of Education The Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) is seeking the following full-time positions located in Crystal City/Arlington, VA with work-from-home/remote flexibility.Communications SpecialistRegistration SpecialistEditorial SpecialistJob announcements for each position are attached. For more information or to apply, please visit the corresponding

Michael Badejo signed with the Arkansas Attack

By:Kurtis Alston Michael Badejo, Texas Southern Defensive End, is the seventh HBCU player to be signed to the Arkansas Attack professional football team. Badejo started his collegiate career playing for Southern Methodist University, where he played for two seasons. In 23 games, he tallied up

Real World Leadership Skills Not So Common

By: University of Arkansas at Pine-Bluff Pine Bluff, AR — In response to a common need for leadership skills in our communities and organizations, the UAPB Student Government Association (SGA) launched a six-week Freshman Leadership Academy (FLA) for first-year college students. Under the leadership of

Executive MPA student awarded $5,000 Texas Lyceum scholarship

By: Texas Southern University The Executive Master of Public Administration program (EMPA) at Texas Southern University is proud to announce its first recipient of the $5,000 Texas Lyceum Scholarship – student Aria Alyse-Noire Johnson As a College Readiness Counselor in the Houston Independent School District,

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Ketanji Brown Makes History

April 7th, 2022 will go down in history as one of the days that our nation finally turned a page that’s been begging to be flipped over for decades. Ketanji Brown Jackson became the first-ever black woman to be nominated to sit on the supreme

National Park Service awards $2.3 million to support community efforts to preserve local history through battlefields

By: Dave Barak  WASHINGTON – The National Park Service’s American Battlefield Protection Program (ABPP) today awarded $2,347,080 in Battlefield Land Acquisition Grants to Middlesex County in New Jersey, the Mississippi Department of Archives and History, and Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation. The awards protect nearly 500

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Voorhees College inducts 14 students into honors college

By: Voorhees College Denmark, S.C. – Voorhees College inducted 14 students into the W. Franklin Evans Honors College, during a ceremony March 24 at 11 a.m. in Massachusetts Hall. This year’s keynote speaker, selected by the lyceum committee, was Reverend Derrick Rice, a founding pastor

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