November 17, 2023

IHG Hotels and Resorts Renews Clark Atlanta University Partnership to Help Build Early Career Talent Pipeline

Courtesy of Clark Atlanta University Clark Atlanta University (CAU), the first Historically Black College and University (HBCU) in the southern United States, and IHG Hotels & Resorts (IHG), one of the world’s leading hotel companies, hosted an event earlier this month highlighting the importance of corporate HBCU partnerships to support student success. Together with CAU students and leaders,

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This school board made news for banning books. Voters flipped it to majority Democrat

By Emily Rizzo Meghan Budden’s family was considering moving if their Pennsylvania school district didn’t change course. She normally isn’t politically active, she said, but felt compelled to volunteer when a slate of Democrats launched bids to take back their school board in Central Bucks School District, just north of Philadelphia. Central Bucks is well

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NPR reporter arrested during George Floyd protest will receive settlement from L.A. County

A radio reporter taken into custody while covering a demonstration the night two sheriff’s deputies were shot three years ago reached a $700,000 settlement on Tuesday with Los Angeles County. The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved the payout to Josie Huang, a journalist for NPR affiliate LAist. “Journalists in Los Angeles County should be able

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Howard University Takes Step to Advance Vision for Howard University Hospital

Written By the Howard Newsroom Staff Howard University is taking a key step toward improving the financial agility of Howard University Hospital (“the Hospital”), transitioning the Hospital into a separate, controlled subsidiary legal entity, subject to regulatory review and approval by DC Health. This planned transition will help to ensure the Hospital’s future as a

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The National Black College Hall of Fame Foundation Selects Ada Brown Belton of Benedict College as the 2023 Alumni Director of the Year

Written By Benedict College The National Black College Hall of Fame Foundation recently announced that Ada Brown Belton has been selected as the 2023 Alumni Director of the Year. Belton is a successful fundraising professional and proud Cum Laude graduate of Benedict College. She currently serves as the Assistant Vice President for Alumni Relations and Advancement

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Jackson State University celebrates four students awarded as University Innovation Fellows

By Aron Smith Jackson State University honors four students selected as part of the latest cohort of University Innovation Fellows by the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford University. This prestigious program molds students into dynamic agents of change within their academic communities. “This journey was truly engaging and eye-opening. This whole experience has expanded

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Bowie State Celebrates International Education Week

Coutesy of Bowie State University The ambassador of CĂ´te d’Ivoire, a country on the southern coast of West Africa, will visit Bowie State University as part this year’s International Education Week, which runs from Nov. 13-17. Ambassador Ibrahima TourĂ© will share a collection of national artifacts and traditional foods of CĂ´te d’Ivoire on Thursday, Nov.

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