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FBI Director releases remarks from briefing on Inauguration security

During a briefing to Vice President Mike Pence with other agency officials at FEMA Headquarters in Washington, D.C., on January 14, 2021, FBI Director Christopher Wray discussed the FBI’s efforts regarding inauguration security. Remarks as delivered. Mr. Vice President, just as we’re doing with our

Voorhees prepares for its 2020 Virtual Homecoming Celebration

Denmark S.C- Voorhees College will be virtually hosting Homecoming 2020 complete with a weekend of events as activities from Thursday, Nov. 12-Sunday, Nov. 15 under the theme, “Voorhees College Strong.”  Homecoming weekend kicks off with author, producer, playwright, and poet Sheila P. Moses who will

TEXAS COLLEGE’S D.R. GLASS LIBRARY AWARDED $500,000 GRANT FOR RENOVATION

Texas College has recently been awarded a $500,000 grant from the Historic Preservation Fund for the Historically Black Colleges and Universities grant program, funded and administered by the National Park Service within the Department of Interior. This funding is slated for the renovation of the

LINCOLN UNIVERSITY SURPASSES ANNUAL FUND CAMPAIGN GOAL

Jefferson City, MO- The Lincoln University “We Are Lincoln” Annual Fund Campaign has exceeded its 2019-20 fiscal year goal. The comprehensive campaign started on July 1, 2019, with an original goal of $1.2 million. The University reached the initial goal in December, and the momentum