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Voorhees celebrates second Meet and Greet Brunch

Denmark, S.C.- Voorhees College recently held its second Meet and Greet Brunch with the Faith-Based Community,where Dr. W. Franklin Evans, ninth president and CEO, had the opportunity to invite several local pastors and church representatives to campus to continue building church relations.The brunch began with

In D.C., JSU’s chief information officer strategies to build ‘intelligent’ HBCUs

DENT: Dr. Deborah Dent is the chief information officer at Jackson State University. During National HBCU Week in D.C., she joined other institutions for a panel discussion on creating smart campuses. They aim to bolster their research and funding.Contacts: Maxine R. Greenleaf, executive director, 601-979-2272, maxine.r.greenleaf@jsums.edu 

THURGOOD MARSHALL COLLEGE FUND

THURGOOD MARSHALL COLLEGE FUND STATEMENT ON U.S INACTION ON THE FUTURE ACT Washington, DC (September 26, 2019) – “The Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) is sincerely disappointed by U.S. Senate Health, Labor, Education and Pensions Chairman Lamar Alexander’s decision to object, again, to the passage

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THURGOOD MARSHALL 32 ANNIVERSARY

  THURGOOD MARSHALL COLLEGE FUND ANNOUNCES HONOREES FOR 32nd ANNIVERSARY AWARDS GALA Jeffrey J. Brown, Kay Coles James, and Dr. Harold L. Martin to be honored Washington, DC (September 24, 2019)– Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF), Gala Chairman Charles Merinoff, announced today, the names of three

Morgan Scholar Gives Ivy League M.B.A. Program a Trial Run

This summer, as many Morgan scholars are engaged in interesting internships or recharging their mental batteries while eagerly anticipating the start of the fall semester, others are using the time to further their education in other ways. One such student is Evan Robertson, a finance major

Andre Pattillo retires as Morehouse’s athletic director

ATLANTA, Ga. – Longtime Morehouse College athletic director, Andre Pattillo, recently retired after nearly 40 years of dedicated service to the institution. Pattillo first walked onto the Morehouse campus as a freshman and graduated in the class of 1979 with a bachelor of arts in

First Generation Hampton University Grad on her way to the Ivy League

HAMPTON, Va. – A native of Houston, Texas, Timia Whitsey is one of Hampton University’s newest graduates, earning her Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism with a minor in cinema studies from the Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications. Whitsey has been selected as an