WASHINGTON – Today, President-elect Joe Biden announced members of his White House senior staff. These diverse, experienced, and talented individuals demonstrate President-elect Biden’s commitment to building an administration that looks like America, has deep expertise governing, and will be ready to help the president-elect deliver
Denmark, S.C.- Producer, musician, author, and philanthropist Derek “Fonzworth Bentley” Watkins will serve as the host for the Virtual Homecoming 2020 After Party on Friday, Nov. 13 from 7 p.m.-8 p.m. via the institution’s Facebook and YouTube’s live streams. Named by “GQ magazine” as the
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Allen University to host the first WIS-TV debate for U.S. Senate between Jamie Harrison and Lindsey Graham
(Columbia, S.C.) –WIS-TV has selected Allen University as the host site for the first debate for U.S. Senate between Democratic nominee Jamie Harrison and Republican Senator Lindsey Graham. The debate will take place in the historic Chapelle Auditorium on the campus of Allen University at 8
By Lizna Odhwani Social Security Public Affairs Specialist in Virginia The most effective way to defeat scammers is to know how to identify scams. You should just hang up on any call you’re uncertain of and ignore suspicious emails. Scammers are always finding new ways to steal your money
By Lizna Odhwani Social Security Public Affairs Specialist in Virginia With more people learning online, we would like to highlight some of the digital resources we have for educators. Chances are a student will know someone who receives retirement or disability benefits. This could be a way
By Lizna Odhwani Social Security Public Affairs Specialist in Virginia We’re often asked, “What’s the best age to start receiving retirement benefits?” The answer is: there’s not a single “best age” for everyone. The most important thing is to make an informed decision. Base your decision about when to
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TSU officially resumes classes for fall semester with enhanced technology, safety measures to ensure student learning and living
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – Classes have officially resumed at Tennessee State University with enhanced COVID-19 safety measures to ensure the safety of students and the campus community. For the first two weeks August 1731 all classes will be online. Following that, students will have
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