November 02, 2023

FAMU’S Rich History Illustrated in New Campus Bookstore Mural

By Pamela Moore As part of major renovations, the Florida A&M University Bookstore is now decorated with a new mural that illustrates the storied history of FAMU. When envisioning the new look for the bookstore, a team, including representatives from Barnes & Noble, the chain’s design consultant, Business and Auxiliary Services (BAS), and the Office

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Xavier University of Louisiana Professor Named Alex Trebek Legacy Fellow

Courtesy of Xavier University of Louisiana n a momentous achievement, Monica Pierre, a distinguished 2x Emmy winner and an assistant professor  in Xavier University of Louisiana’s Mass Communications Department, has been named an Alex Trebek Legacy Fellow. This prestigious recognition will be formally bestowed on Pierre at the upcoming Television Academy Foundation’s (TCA) 2023 Media Educators

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Morehouse Healthcare Announces Opening of East Point Clinic

Written By Morehouse School of Medicine Morehouse Healthcare (MHC), the clinical services arm of Morehouse School of Medicine, today announced the ‚Äúsoft launch‚ÄĚ of Phase One of its new Morehouse Healthcare at East Point clinic in partnership with Fulton County and Atrium Health, a part of Advocate Health, the third-largest nonprofit health system in the

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Howard University, FITDC Partner to Host Wellness Event as Part of President Vinson’s Inaugural Week Festivities

By Sholnn Z. Freeman Howard University students, staff, and faculty got to relax and take deep breaths with President Ben Vinson III, Ph.D., days ahead of his formal inauguration as the University’s 18th president. As part of a week-long series of inauguration events, the University held a yoga session on the Yard to introduce Vinson to more

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T4C and DHGI‚ÄĒAn ambitious, new undertaking that will affect the lives of Black populations worldwide

Courtesy of Meharry Medical College Yesterday was a historic day for Meharry Medical College with the launch of the Together for CHANGE (T4C) initiative, the inaugural project of the Diaspora Human Genomics Institute (DHGI), a newly founded nonprofit established and led by a team from Meharry Medical College. The initiative, in partnership with leading pharmaceutical companies

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VSU Calls For Immediate Action Following Racial Incident At Women’s Soccer Game

Written By Virginia State University Virginia State University has requested an apology and an investigation after the VSU women’s soccer team experienced racial slurs and inappropriate sounds during a match against Guilford College on September 26. During the game, the opposing team’s fans reportedly yelled the N-word and made monkey noises aimed at our student-athletes.

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