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Congratulations to the Ideal Spartan Winners

By: Norfolk State University The Division of Student Affairs, in collaboration with the Ideal Spartan Committee, presents the Ideal Spartan winners for the academic year. Students were nominated by the campus community and winners were selected based on their contributions to the University environment. Winners

Fisk Jubilee Singers® at Carnegie Hall

By:Fisk University News {Nashville, TN}- Saturday night marked an incredibly special occasion for the multi-award-winning Fisk Jubilee Singers®.  Dr. Paul T. Kwami was invited by MidAmerica Productions, Inc. to serve as a guest conductor during the opening concert of its 39th season. Under Dr. Kwami’s direction, the

TSU SECURES TOP JOBS FOR STUDENTS, GRADUATES WITH SPRING CAREER FAIR

By: EMMANUEL FREEMAN Amid the pandemic, job prospects continue to look very bright for TSU students and recent graduates, thanks to the university’s rigorous career readiness programs that have some major companies offering full-time employment to students. Many of the students will have solidified and

HARLEQUIN ADDS N.C. A&T TO DIVERSE VOICES SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

By: North Carolina A&T State University  Global publisher of romance, fiction and nonfiction, Harlequin is offering a new scholarship at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. Starting this year, scholarships will be available to students enrolled in North Carolina A&T’s four-year undergraduate Creative Writing

CIAA Reaches Multi-Year Agreement with Coca-Cola to Renew Corporate Partnership

By: Ben Baxter  CHARLOTTE, NC—The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA), the nation’s oldest historically Black athletic conference, announces a multi-year corporate partnership agreement with The Coca-Cola Company. This agreement extends Coca-Cola’s commitment as the official beverage partner of the CIAA and preserves a relationship that

Voorhees College prepares for in-person MLK celebration program

Denmark, S.C. – Voorhees College will observe the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday during a convocation on Jan. 20 at 11 a.m. in the Leonard E. Dawson Health and Human Resources Center. This year’s keynote speaker, selected by the lyceum committee, will be Dr.