March 30, 2023

BSU Students Visit South Carolina

By Jonathan Saxon Most students take off for the beach during spring break, but a group of Bowie State students and faculty decided to switch it up with an alternative spring break trip to South Carolina for a week of history, culture and service. This year’s trip took 22 students on an eight-day excursion through


TSU Career Fair Success For Students

By Alexis Clark Tennessee State University students were dressed for success for the 2023 Spring Career Fair, hoping to secure employment after graduation. Approximately 750 TSU students attended the event with nearly 200 employers. Students met with potential employers and left with more knowledge about internships and job market opportunities. Jea’Lon Davis, a senior from


MSM Associate Dean Dr. Tabia Henry Akintobi Releases New Book “Black Health in the South”

Courtesy of Morehouse School of Medicine Morehouse School of Medicine¬†(MSM) Associate Dean for Community Engagement, Chair of the Department of Community Health and Preventive Medicine, and Professor Tabia Henry Akintobi, PhD, MPH, is the co-editor of the newly released book “Black Health in the South,” a collection of essays by public health experts that examine


TU introduces TV shows for current, potential students

By Thonnia Lee Selecting the right college or university is one of the most important decisions a young person can make. Tuskegee University is introducing two new television shows to keep current students informed and introduce potential students to the benefits of choosing Tuskegee University. The casual talk-shows, Golden Tiger Talk Show and First Class,

US Vice President Kamala Harris speaks at the Cape Coast Castle, Ghana, on March 28, 2023. - US Vice President Kamala Harris arrived in Ghana on March 26, 2023 at the start of a three-nation African tour, as Washington looks to strengthen diplomatic ties on the continent. The trip to Ghana, Tanzania and Zambia until April 2 comes after a December summit hosted by President Joe Biden in Washington with US leaders and counterparts from Africa, a continent where China and Russia are enjoying rising influence. (Photo by Nipah Dennis / AFP) (Photo by NIPAH DENNIS/AFP via Getty Images)

Harris faces painful Black history in emotional slave outpost visit

By Jasmine Wright  Vice President Kamala Harris emerged from the female slave dungeon at Cape Coast Castle visibly shaken. Inside the famous slave trading outpost’s dungeon, Harris set a bouquet of flowers down and placed her hand on the centuries-old wall, connecting herself physically to the sorrow of the Africans it once imprisoned. It was


Howard University Appoints Andrea Simpson New Chief Information Security Officer

By Brittany Bailer Howard University is pleased to announce¬†Andrea Simpson¬†will serve as Chief Information Security Officer. ‚ÄúIt is my great pleasure to introduce¬†Andrea Simpson¬†as the University’s new Chief Information Security Officer. Andrea is a highly regarded expert in cybersecurity and will serve within the Office of Enterprise Technology Services in policy development and strategic planning