March 31, 2023

TSU Advances To Honda Campus All Star Challenge National Championship

By Alexis Clark The Tennessee State University ¬†Honda Campus All‚ÄźStar¬†Team is headed to the¬†National Championship, with a chance to win the title and a $75,000 institutional grant from the motor company. The Honda Campus All-Star Championship (HCASC) consists of four‚Äźstudent teams facing off in head‚Äźto‚Äźhead competition, quickly answering questions about history, science, literature, religion, math,

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Enter player zero: NFL stars excited by jersey number rule change

By Ben Morse The No. 0 is a famous one in the¬†NBA. Russell Westbrook, Damian Lillard and Jayson Tatum all wear jerseys emblazoned with a number which appears to give them a certain level of inevitability. But¬†NFL¬†players have never had the opportunity to choose the number ‚Äď that is until this upcoming year. On Tuesday,

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Luce Foundation Awards Howard University $100,000 Grant for Digital Humanities Project on Religion, Social Inequality, and Climate Change

By Brooke Brinson The¬†Henry Luce Foundation¬†has awarded Howard University a $100,000 grant to support a collaboration with the University of California Santa Barbara, Johns Hopkins University, and the University of Minnesota. Proposed by Howard University PI Mona Oraby, PhD, this collaboration will result in a digital expansion of ‚ÄúA Universe of Terms.‚ÄĚ The project was

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Bowie State Business Students Spend Spring Break in South Africa

By D. Thompson  A group of Bowie State business students traveled to South Africa to study global digital finance and e-commerce in a collaborative learning effort with the Rhodes University School of Business. Three students and two faculty members spent two weeks in Grahamstown, South Africa where they learned how technology supports business operations and

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14th Annual Black Pioneers in Aviation

Courtesy of Florida Memorial University Florida Memorial University hosted its 14th Annual Black Pioneers in Aviation program in the Lehman Auditorium, on Wednesday, March 29. Captain Theresa Claiborne, the first African American woman to be a United States Air Force pilot in history, was today’s guest speaker. Dozens of our university’s aviation students, faculty, staff, and honored

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