Shaun White

Who Appointed Van Jones To Be Chief Ambassador Of The Black Delegation?

By Zack Lilly I‘m pretty sure there was a time when I used to like Van Jones. I’m not sure when that was. It was definitely before he started urging Black people to give Donald Trump his flowers because Trump “did good stuff for the Black community,” even though he really didn’t. It was certainly before Jones blamed Black

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What the Georgia Runoff Revealed

By Ronald Brownstein Democrats hold a key advantage in the five states that will decide the next presidential election. Senator raphael warnock’s win in yesterday’s Georgia Senate runoff capped a commanding show of strength by Democrats in the states that decided the 2020 race for the White House—and will likely pick the winner again in 2024.

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Former TSU Board of Trustees Member Shares Opinion On University Growth

By Bill Freeman Where are our state and federal leaders when it comes to the challenges facing Tennessee State University, Nashville’s only public state-funded HBCU? Gov. Bill Lee campaigned hard on his work with prison-outreach group Men of Valor, highlighting the stark contrast between the haves and the have-nots. He should be aware of the

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WNBA star Brittney Griner released from Russian custody in a high-profile prisoner swap between the U.S. and Moscow

By Andrea Mitchell, Zoë Richards and Yuliya Talmazan WNBA star Brittney Griner is free Thursday after the Biden administration negotiated her release from a Russian penal colony in exchange for an arms dealer, according to a senior administration official. President Joe Biden signed off on the trade, which took place in the United Arab Emirates, even though it meant leaving behind Paul Whelan, an American corporate

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NC A&T Student Amanda Perez. (center) (Chris English / Tigermoth Creative)

TRiO Programs At N.C. A&T Receives Dept. Of Ed Grants Totaling Nearly $7M

By Tonya Dixon TRiO Programs at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University recently received nearly $7 million in grants and federal student aid from the U.S. Department of Education to further identify, support, assist and serve low-income students, first-generation college students and individuals with disabilities. TRiO Programs at the university include Upward Bound, Educational

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Howard University, Johns Hopkins University Partner to Develop Tech for Neuro Disorders

By Sholnn Z. Freeman Howard University and Johns Hopkins University are teaming up to develop new medical devices to diagnose, treat, and manage neurological disorders. The partnership’s new NeuroTech Harbor technology is supported by a $5M investment over 5 years by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Experts at the new NeuroTech Harbor (NTH) technology accelerator will partner with

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Tuskegee University raises $50,000 for Giving Tuesday and nearly $140,000 in donations for Homecoming 2022

Courtesy of Tuskegee University Tuskegee University alumni, friends, and community members answered the call to be #OneTuskegee during the annual Giving Tuesday campaign held on November 29. The campaign raising nearly $56,441.41, will support the efforts of Tuskegee University’s scholarship funds and project initiatives. The 2022 campaign focused on five specific areas of need: The

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The Division of Natural Sciences And Mathematics Hackathon Competition at Denmark Technical College

Courtesy of Morris College Three Morris College Cybersecurity majors and three faculty member trekked their way on November 4, 2022 to Denmark Technical College in Denmark, South Carolina to participate in an all-State HBCU Hackathon Competition, also known as Hack’22@Schack. Seven HBCU Colleges and Universities and two Technical Colleges participated. The Morris College Cybersecurity majors

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Jackson State University students given the opportunity to visit Mississippi Emergency Management Agency through Project FAST

By Justin Walls Jackson State University (JSU) students recently embraced an opportunity to tour the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) facilities through the Target Infusion Project: Females Advancing Science and Technology (Project FAST). Led by professor Dawn Bishop McLin, Ph.D., seven students visited MEMA, where they learned about a possible career path in emergency management. “The

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Students Learn From Experts About Open Payment Systems

Courtesy of Bowie State University BSU students with a desire to learn more about open payment systems and financial inclusion spent two days in New Orleans attending the Interledger Foundation’s Summit where researchers, corporate executives and others met to discuss how the systems will enable anyone, anywhere in the world to digitally transfer funds to

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