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SUNO-UNO vote may be very close

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The battle over legislative votes for the proposed merger of the University of New Orleans and Southern University at New Orleans continued Thursday after lawmakers said Gov....

Summer Beauty: Whats HOT by Khadijah Williams

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Spring and summer are the seasons I long for, to go wild in the beauty department. It's time to experiment! One thing I will say if you're...

COF Founding Member, Mrs. Jane Eskind was presented with The Meharry Salt Wagon Award

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The 15th Annual Circle of Friends (COF) Gala was held on April 21, 2011 at the Loews Vanderbilt Hotel. This event recognizes donors of Meharry...

Jessica Kern named ninth head women’s basketball coach of Lincoln University Pennsylvania

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LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, Pa. (April 14, 2011) — Lincoln University is pleased to announce Jessica Kern as the new head coach of the women's basketball program. She becomes...

Claflin University Golden Class of 1961 Recalls Fond Memories of the Past during Luncheon

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“This is a great day at Claflin University. The Golden Class is blessed to have arrived at this milestone in our lives. Some of us are entrepreneurs,...

Committed Sons and Daughters of South Carolina State University Return for Annual Alumni Weekend

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In the month of May, the SC State University campus is full of exciting moments. Graduating students are preparing for Commencement and looking...

West Virgina State University American Chemical Soiciety Chapter Wins National Awards

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Members of the WVSU affiliate chapter of the American Chemical Society (ACS) traveled to the ACS National Meeting and Exposition on March 27 - 31 in Anheim,...

New Savannah State University President Dr. Cheryl Dozier Shares Her Vision

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(Savannah) A massive construction project designed to improve the quality of life and academic success for students is a welcome change at Savannah State University. There's...

Gov. Markell Announces His Proposed $10m Investment for Delaware State University Optics

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Delaware Gov. Jack Markell used DSU as the site May 6 from which he announced his proposal to make significant investments in the three state institutions of...

Bowie State University Team Invited to White House Three Faculty/Students Attend Annual Easter Egg...

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  (Bowie, Md.)-Two students and one professor from Bowie State University were recently invited to participate in the 133rd White House Easter Egg Roll as volunteers for the...

Teens Benefit from Bowie State Senior’s Group Therapy Work RaShawnda Person Gets Hands-On in...

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Name: RaShawnda Monique Person Age: 21 Hometown:Washington, DC Major/Concentration: Child and Adolescent Studies GPA: 3.448 When it comes to putting your knowledge to the test, RaShawnda Person, a 21-year-old senior graduating from...

Rev. Al Sharpton Urges Students to Seize the Moment, Take Control of Future at...

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  Daytona Beach, Fla. -- During the 2011 commencement address, civil rights activist and political leader Rev. Al Sharpton urged Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU) students to make the most...

AAMU Bulldogs Fall in final SWAC Contest

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NORMAL – The Alabama A&M baseball team fell 4-1 to Jackson State University on Wednesday, May 11, in their final bid for the SWAC baseball post season...

Hope For Tomorrow: AAMU’s tornado relief fund

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HOPE FOR TOMORROW FUND On April 27, 2011, our community was hit by an EF5 tornado that brought about severe devastation and major changes to the lives of...

AT&T Supports Talladega College

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  Talladega, Alabama—Although charitable contributions to colleges and universities have dropped nationally, with gift giving down on an average of nearly 12%, AT&T Birmingham kept their commitment to...

SUNO LEGISLATIVE ALERT 5.11.11 | Suno-Uno Merger Bill Rescheduled

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THE SUNO-UNO MERGER BILL WAS RESCHEDULED IN THE HO-- -- USE OF REPRESENTATIVES Your telephone calls and emails are working! The House of Representatives rescheduled the hearing of House...

Maryland’s Black Colleges Vs Maryland Higher Education Commission | Claiming indirect example of Discrimination

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  Maryland's four historically black colleges and universities are more segregated today than in decades past because of discriminatory practices and policies maintained by the state's Higher Education...

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