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MVSU Student to appear on Food Network’s Halloween Wars

Corterrius “DaCakeGoat” Allen started his journey and love of making and designing cakes with a $35 baking kit and two cupcake pans that his mom, Jacquelyn Allen, purchased. He made his first cake for a friend, and while he says, “the cake was ugly,” his

Allen University Announces Additions To Leadership Team

Allen University is pleased to welcome new additions to itsleadership team as it continues to experience steady growth. Dr. Eric Gamble, Vice President forPlanning, and Information Technology; Dr. Gee Lockhart Sigman, Associate Vice President forPlanning, Assessment, and Research; and Mr. Jasher Cox, Director of Athletics

TSU Expert on New Tennessee COVID Numbers

A recent report shows that Tennessee is ranked 7th in the nation with the number of COVID-19 cases, which is a drop from number 1 and a 21 percent decrease compared to a week ago. According to the weekly State Profile Report for Tennessee released Tuesday, the

TSU Kicks-Off Spirit Week Ahead of 36th Annual Labor Day Classic

 Texas Southern University is excited to kick-off “TSU Spirit Week” before the 36th Annual Labor Day Classic. Events held during the week will engage students, faculty, staff, and alumni as they prepare to cheer on the TSU Tigers. Executed by the Office of Student Life,

Two Voorhees College students named HBCU scholars

Denmark, S.C. – The White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (Initiative) named two Voorhees College students as 2021 HBCU Scholar students: Joshua Gayle, a business administration major and president of the Voorhees Student Government Association; and Quatasia Donaldson, a psychology major. The