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Alumna Joy McNeal Scrutchings serves as the executive director of the Hoke McNeal Academy of Higher Learning (HMA), a Pre-K-5 school that infuses the state-standard curriculum with biblical teachings and musical topics in Decatur, Georgia. Scrutchings pursued a master’s degrees from Malone University where she studied curriculum instruction and professional development.
Scrutchings believe students have to create spaces for themselves
Camille Zanders, Alumni Connection Editor • May 2, 2021
Before sitting down to enjoy lunch, alumnus Orlando Arnold (third from left) takes a moment to pose with the professional athletes that he represents.  Those athletes are Anthony Gomez who is a member of the Washington Nationals Organization, Rusber Estrada, a member of the Atlanta Braves Organization, and (far right) Jonathan Ward, a running back for the Arizona Cardinals.
Arnold continues his love for athletics as a sports agent
Camille Zanders, Alumni Connection Editor • May 2, 2021
Alabama State University alumna Kroshona Tabb, Ph.D., who works as the health systems specialist and executive assistant to the chief of staff at the Birmingham, Alabama location of the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). As a student, Tabb served as a staff reporter for The Hornet Tribune and was eventually promoted to the managing editor of the editorial operations.
Tabb leaves a lasting impact on the veterans of Alabama
Camille Zanders, Alumni Connection Editor • May 2, 2021
SGA Secretary Candidate: Dy'Oni Charlton
Kendal Manns, Asst. Sports Editor • April 9, 2021
SGA Secretary Candidate: Serenity Stewart
Christine Shelton, Editor-in-Chief • April 9, 2021
SGA Treasurer Candidate:  DaVonte Watson
SGA Treasurer Candidate: DaVonte Watson
Kendal Manns, Asst. Sports Editor • April 9, 2021
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Homeless populations should have vaccination priority?
Homeless populations should have vaccination priority?
Aaron Shanks, Staff Columnist • March 6, 2021
Is racism due to ignorance or pure hate?
Is racism due to ignorance or pure hate?
Micah Sanders, Managing Editor for Editorial Operations • March 6, 2021
Christine Shelton is the editor-in-chief for 
The Hornet Tribune for the 2020-21 
academic year.  She is a 21-year-old native of 
Chicago, Ill. who is seeking a degree in English. 
She hopes to one day become a high school 
instructor.
Black History should be praised 365 days a year
Christine Shelton, Editor-in-Chief • March 6, 2021
Aaron Shanks is a Staff Columnist from Montgomery, Ala. for the 2020-21 academic year.  He is a 20-year old sophomore who is majoring in political science with hopes of becoming a civil rights attorney.
Homeless populations should have vaccination priority?
Aaron Shanks, Staff Columnist • February 26, 2021
Alabama State University Lady Hornet Tamirea Thomas rises up for a jump shot in the SWAC Championship against the Jackson State University Lady Tigers.  The Lady Tigers won the game 67-66.
Lady Hornets lose a heartbreaker
Mason T. Smith, Sports Editor • March 25, 2021

The Alabama State Lady Hornets tenaciously fought back from being down by 17 points in the third quarter. Still, some unfavorable calls down...

Cicely Tyson, Pioneering Hollywood Icon, Dies at 96
Cicely Tyson, Pioneering Hollywood Icon, Dies at 96
Associated Press February 6, 2021

Emmy- and Tony-winning actress Cicely Tyson, who distinguished herself in theater, film and television, died on Thursday afternoon. She was 96. “I...

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Alumna Joy McNeal Scrutchings serves as the executive director of the Hoke McNeal Academy of Higher Learning (HMA), a Pre-K-5 school that infuses the state-standard curriculum with biblical teachings and musical topics in Decatur, Georgia. Scrutchings pursued a master’s degrees from Malone University where she studied curriculum instruction and professional development.
Scrutchings believe students have to create spaces for themselves
Camille Zanders, Alumni Connection Editor • May 2, 2021

Every person is born with a special gift. While some struggle to identify that specific gift or talent throughout their lifetime, a select few...

Can an ASU student live without a cell phone?
Can an ASU student live without a cell phone?
Camille Zanders, Hornet Living Reporter/Writer • March 25, 2021

Beginning in the 1970s, the Information Age took the world by storm with the introduction of the World Wide Web. Though the internet was first...

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