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Members of the "No Limit" Executive Branch of the Student Government Association pose as a group after their formal installation.  (L-R) Jeremy Moore, SGA Treasurer, Kayla Lee, SGA Secretary, David Hammond, SGA President, Tyler Rice, SGA Vice President and Dax Craig, Chief of Staff
"No Limit" administration formally sworn into office
Nefsa'Hyatt Brown, Editor-in-Chief • October 23, 2020
Angela Harris Hampton goes over some English concepts for her 5th grade class at Wynton Blount Elementary School.
Hampton continues the legacy of teaching and mentoring
Camille Zanders, Alumni Connection Reporter • October 23, 2020
Mental health and the African American male
Mental health and the African American male
Cullen H. Davis, Staff Columnist • October 23, 2020
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Members of the "No Limit" Executive Branch of the Student Government Association pose as a group after their formal installation.  (L-R) Jeremy Moore, SGA Treasurer, Kayla Lee, SGA Secretary, David Hammond, SGA President, Tyler Rice, SGA Vice President and Dax Craig, Chief of Staff
"No Limit" administration formally sworn into office
Nefsa'Hyatt Brown, Editor-in-Chief • October 23, 2020
File Photo:  University President Quinton T. Ross, Jr., Ed.D, delivers the State of the University Address on last year.  This year he was compelled to deliver the address from his office due to COVID-19.
Ross delivers first virtual State of the University Address
Staff Report • October 20, 2020
SGA Vice President, Tyler Rice.
Rice implements a new process for selecting senators
Nefsa'Hyatt Brown, Editor-in-Chief • October 17, 2020
ASU professor blazing trail in entomology, hopes to inspire more Black students in STEM
ASU professor blazing trail in entomology, hopes to inspire more Black students in STEM
Reprinted from the Montgomery Advertiser • October 17, 2020
Attorney Ron Haley adjusts the microphone at the podium for Mona Hardin, center, mother of Ronald Greene, as she approaches to speak at a news conference outside the Louisiana State Capitol in Baton Rouge, La., Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2020. Attorney Lee Merritt stands directly behind Hardin. Greene died following a police chase in Louisiana in 2019, and his death is now under federal investigation. Greene
Black man’s family views graphic video of in-custody death
By JIM MUSTIAN and MELINDA DESLATTE, Associated Press • October 15, 2020
U.S. Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) accepts the Democratic vice presidential nomination during an acceptance speech delivered for the largely virtual 2020 Democratic National Convention from the Chase Center in Wilmington, Delaware, U.S., August 19, 2020.   REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
Harris Suspends Travel After Staffer Tests COVID-19 Positive
BILL BARROW, Associated Press • October 15, 2020
Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden and vice presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., walk together to speak to the media at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, in Phoenix, Thursday, Oct. 8, 2020. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
Biden, Harris dodge questions about Supreme Court expansion
By BILL BARROW, Associated Press • October 9, 2020
Trump supporter who killed Black Lives Matter protester dies by suicide
Trump supporter who killed Black Lives Matter protester dies by suicide
NewsOne Staff • October 6, 2020
Mental health and the African American male
Mental health and the African American male
Cullen H. Davis, Staff Columnist • October 23, 2020
Respect for African Americans
Respect for African Americans
Cullen H. Davis, Staff Columnist • October 23, 2020
The presidential debate was not worth watching
The presidential debate was not worth watching
Kyra Lundy, Staff Columnist • October 22, 2020
Breonna Taylor’s life was worth more than $12 million
Breonna Taylor’s life was worth more than $12 million
Kyra Lundy, Staff Columnist • October 22, 2020
FAMU and Bethune-Cookman Joining SWAC in 2021
FAMU and Bethune-Cookman Joining SWAC in 2021
Mason smith, Sports and Intramurals Reporter/Writer • October 17, 2020

 Hampton University left the MEAC in 2017 to join the Big South Conference the following summer. Savannah State relegated itself to Division...

2 Chainz “Rules The World”: ASU
2 Chainz “Rules The World”: ASU's social distancing concert
Micah Sanders, Staff Reporter • October 23, 2020

Hundreds of students dressed in Alabama State University apparel eagerly shuffled into the football stadium as the rap and rhythm and blues music...

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Karen Goldsmith appears regularly on the news show “Capitol Journal” that airs on the Public Broadcast network.  She analyzes the news of the week and adds commentary for viewer understanding.
Psychology major, but a broadcast journalism master
Camille Zanders, Staff Reporter • October 24, 2020

Many people are familiar with the phrase, “Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard,” but what happens when hard work meets...

Long helps bring modern understanding to Shakespeare
Long helps bring modern understanding to Shakespeare's words
Reprinted from the Montgomery Advertiser • October 17, 2020

William Shakespeare’s works are brilliant and inspiring, both in his day and in ours. But they were written in the Elizabethan era of the...

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