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TSU First HBCU to install Iris Photo Booth

Do you need a professional-quality headshot for graduate school or a job application but don’t know where to go? Look no more, the Tennessee State University Career Development Center has you covered!    On Oct. 6, the center held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Iris Booth, an

CIAA Announces Cross Country Weekly Honors #5

FOOD LION MEN’S RUNNER OF THE WEEKCaleb Patterson, Claflin University(So, Columbia, SC) Patterson ran a time of 29:26.7 in the men’s 8k at the Royal XC Challenge with a 5:55.4 average mile. It was the fastest 8k of the season for the sophomore from Columbia, SC, shaving

CIAA Announces Volleyball Weekly Honors #6

FOOD LION OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Madison Jones, Saint Augustine’s University(Fr, MB – Durham, NC, 9) Jones was a key cog in the SAU offensive attack with 47 kills and a .494 hitting percentage over three matches, all wins for the Lady Falcons. On the season, the

CIAA Announces Volleyball Weekly Honors #5

FOOD LION OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Raven Gray, Winston-Salem State University (Fr, OH – Charlotte, NC, 7) Gray recorded 64 kills over four matches with a .313 hitting percentage and five service aces, contributing 72.5 points to her team. Her best match offensively came against Saint Augustine’s with 22 kills

National Park Service awards $917K in debut of Battlefield Interpretation Grants

WASHINGTON – The National Park Service’s American Battlefield Protection Program (NPS ABPP) today awarded $917,173 in Battlefield Interpretation Grants to preservation partners across the country. This new grant program funds projects that use technology to bring the stories of sites of armed conflict alive for modern audiences, from tactile