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Voorhees vice president becomes a MEAC Woman in Sports pioneer

Denmark, S.C.- Charlene Myers Johnson, vice president for student affairs and director of athletics, was recently recognized as a MidEastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) pioneer in women’s sports in celebration of MEAC’s 50th anniversary and Women’s History Month. The MEAC Senior Woman Administrators selected Johnson along

MEAC Championships Recap

The men’s and women’s MEAC basketball tournament took place two weeks ago to see who would get the opportunity to represent one of the two HBCU conferences in the NCAA Tournament this March.  The men’s championship game was played between Morgan State and Norfolk State

North Carolina A&T outdoor track has outstanding weekend at USC

North Carolina A&T outdoor track team had  amazing outings recently at the University of Texas and South Carolina resulting in high praises from the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC). The Aggies competed in the 93rd annual Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays, which consisted of the Lady Aggies

NFL Free Agency: New Faces in New Places

By: Kurtis Alston Some fans will have to buy new jerseys with the recent addition of players to their favorite teams. Even though these two weren’t free agents, Jared Goff and Matthew Stafford kicked off an intriguing off-season after being traded for each other in

SEVEN VOORHEES BASKETBALL PLAYERS EARN A.I.I POSTSEASON HONORS

DENMARK, SC – Seven members of the Voorhees College basketball teams have earned postseason honors by the Association of Independent Institutions (A.I.I.). The announcement came following the group’s recent tournament. Ashley Johnson, Brittani McDonald and Anaze Ravenel of the women’s team, and Tawon Buie, Statan

ALUMNA 1ST BLACK WOMAN NFL REF

by Stan Donaldson – 03/05/2021 Norfolk State University President Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston Releases Statement about Norfolk State University Alumna Maia Chaka Becoming the National Football League’s First Black Woman Referee Norfolk State University President Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston released the following statement about Maia Chaka, a 2006

Norfolk State University President Dr. Javaune Adams-Gaston Releases Statement about Norfolk State University Alumna Maia Chaka Becoming the National Football League’s First Black Woman Referee

(NSU NEWSROOM – March 5, 2021) — Norfolk State University President Dr. Javaune Adams-Gastonreleased the following statement about Maia Chaka, a 2006 NSU graduate, who was named today to theNational Football League’s roster of game officials for the 2021 season and becoming the first Black