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Dillard to dedicate building to Michael and Shaun Jones

NEW ORLEANS — Dillard University will dedicate one of its campus buildings to alumnus Michael D. Jones, Esq. and his wife Shaun Shelby Jones. The Dillard University International Center for Economic Freedom (DUICEF) building will be renamed Michael & Shaun Jones Hall (Jones Hall). The

HBCU student, alum interview national news presidents

The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) hosted a leadership series recently featuring President of ABC News Kim Godwin and MSNBC President Rashida Jones.  The Leadership Series gives people a chance to grasp an idea of what it is like to run an entire newsroom.

LINCOLN UNIVERSITY CLEARS STUDENT BALANCES

Jefferson City, MO- Lincoln University will forgive $1.5 million in student balances.  The University will use institutional funding from the CARES Act to eliminate the debts approximately 930 students owe to the University from Spring 2020 through Summer 2021. Administrators say the move provides one

KLLM, Jackson State University President Hudson Unveil New Football Truck

(JACKSON, Miss.) — Daiki Suematsu is doing it for the culture. The Japanese outreach coordinator for Jackson State University recently hosted the inaugural Japan Fest at the Mississippi Museum of Art.The event featured saki tasting, anime, traditional yukata (cotton summer kimono), taiko (Japanese percussion drums)

Biz Markie: We lost more than ‘Just a friend’

By Karol Scott On July 16, 2021, the music and entertainment industry, fans and family paused to mourn Biz Markie. He was born as Marcel Theo Hall in Harlem, New York in 1964. Biz Markie made his way into the music industry as a rapper.

TSU Aviation Partners with the Air Force JROTC to Host Flight Program

The Texas Southern University (TSU) Department of Aviation ispartnering with the Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC) to host aseven-week flight training program for AFJROTC cadets on the TSU campus. The cadets, comprised of high school students from across the nation, are training