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Bama State has moved homecoming from Turkey Day which will allow students to have the traditional HBCU homecoming experience. This year is against Southern on Oct 10
« on: January 12, 2017, 07:43:15 PM »
"The childhood home of Daniel “Chappie” James, Jr. in Pensacola’s Eastside neighborhood is getting a new lease on life as a museum and youth flight academy.
When renovations are completed, kids will be able to get hands-on experience with state-of-the-art flight simulators, as visitors take a trip back in time to rediscover the birthplace of America’s first African-American four-star general."........
Up to #8 in the coaches' poll!
« on: December 07, 2014, 08:06:20 PM »
just came on ay 7 central..check it out... Debbie Allen's Dance Academy
« on: November 14, 2014, 03:50:48 PM »
TUSKEGEE, Ala. --- Several Golden Tigers landed All-SIAC football honors for their performances during the 2014 campaign. Freshman defensive standout, Osband Thompson was named Co-Freshman of the Year, while Tahj Dent, Jamil McKenzie, Matthew Reese and Darius Moore were named to the First Team Offense. Michael Robinson was the lone Tuskegee player named to the First Team Defense. Hoderick Lowe earned dual honors; he was named to the First Team Special Teams and Second Team Offense. Julian Morgan, El'Malik Chinn and Jewell Ratliff were named to the Second Team Defense. Devozea Gaines rounded out the honors after being named to the Second Team Special Teams. Head Coach Willie Slater was named Co-Coach of the Year.
SIAC Football Player of the Year (MVP)
LeRon Furr (Fort Valley State)
Offensive Player of the Year
Jarvis Small (Albany State)
Defensive Player of the Year
LeRon Furr (Fort Valley State)
Newcomer of the Year
Cameron Stover (Benedict)
Co Freshman of the Year
Terrance Montgomery (Clark Atlanta)
Osband Thompson (Tuskegee)
Co Coach of the Year
Mike "James" White (Albany State)
Willie Slater (Tuskegee)
ALL SIAC FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM OFFENSE
QB - Josh Straughan (Stillman)
RB - Jarvis Small (Albany State)
RB - Jacquise Lockett (Kentucky State)
WR - Drelon Freeman (Fort Vallley State)
WR - Antonio Pitts (Miles)
TE - Tahj Dent (Tuskegee)
OL - Jamil McKenzie (Tuskegee)
OL - Matthew Reese (Tuskegee)
OL - Darius Moore (Tuskegee)
OL - Victor Moli (Albany State)
OL - Terrence Owens (Miles)
DL - Braysean Jones (Miles)
DL - Artell McMillan (Central State)
DL - Bernard Little (Fort Valley State)
DL - Craig Drummond (Lane)
LB - LeRon Furr (Fort Valley State)
LB - Bre'nard Williams (Clark Atlanta)
LB - Tavarius Washington (Albany State)
DB - Travi Lee (Miles)
DB - Brian Walker (Fort Valley State)
DB - Michael Robinson (Tuskegee)
DB - Cameron Stallings (Stillman)
K / P - Juan Serna (Fort Valley State)
KR - Hoderick Lowe (Tuskegee)
PR - Darius Mitchell (Lane)
ALL SIAC FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM OFFENSE
QB - Cameron Stover (Benedict)
RB - Jovontae Thurmon (Stillman)
RB - Hoderick Lowe (Tuskegee)
WR - Kendariss Brown (Benedict)
WR - Dondre Purnell (Stillman)
TE - Zack Thomas (Central State)
OL - Danny Bunch (Albany State
OL - Javoris Wilburn (Albany State)
OL - Tyree Bell (Stillman)
OL - Eddie Thomas (Miles)
OL - Brandon Baker (Fort Valley State)
DL - Jack Ndem (Albany State)
DL - Grover Stewart (Albany State)
DL - Julian Morgan (Tuskegee)
DL - Gabriel Mass (Lane)
LB - El'Malik Chinn (Tuskegee)
LB - Lydell Simon (Kentucky State)
LB - Jewell Ratliff (Tuskegee)
DB - Joseph Blount (Central State)
DB - Keionten Miller (Albany State)
DB - Will Lacy (Lane)
DB - Calvin Harris (Albany State)
K - Wisdom Nzidee (Paine)
P - Temitayo Argoro (Morehouse)
KR - Dondre Purnell (Stillman)
PR - Devozea Gaines (Tuskegee)
« on: May 02, 2013, 09:42:14 AM »
Grambling State University student Corban Bell had an amazing month. He celebrated his birthday, colleague students approved his campus recycling initiative recently and he won the Toyota Green Initiative contest.
University President Frank G. Pogue made it official Wednesday when he announced the news to the campus community. “On behalf of this university… the faculty and staff, all of your colleagues and alumni around the world, congratulations,” Pogue said to Bell as he grasped his hand firmly and looked him in the eye. “It’s an honor to be standing here with you.”
As the grand prizewinner, Bell wins a one-year lease of a 2012 Toyota Prius. He inspected one much like the one he’ll be driving for the next year after the short GSU-Toyota TGI program in the Favrot Student Union’s Tiger Den.
As an involved Student Government Association leader, Bell, 23, proposed a university-wide recycling program, one that would have been implemented with students’ help whether he won the Toyota contest or not. In early April, students passed a bill to create a self-assessed fee of $1 per semester. That fee will raise about $50,000 to support the recycling program during the next five years. “He’s leading the charge to create a recycling program that will be self sustainable,” said Stacey Duhon, the university’s vice president of student affairs.
“I’m extremely excited to win. I worked really hard,” said Bell, who said he also gets $1,200 for insurance and gas. “That car will help me save money.”
Full story at http://blackamericaweb.com/120557/hbcu-senior-corban-bell-wins-national-green-campus-contest/
« on: April 09, 2013, 11:49:00 AM »
........Members of the U.S. Black Chamber’s 110 affiliate chambers nationwide will get premium listings, including having their locations highlighted on local maps with the USBC logo.
The Around The Way app can be downloaded for free on Android and iPhones. The app uses the GPS technology imbedded in the phone to locate the user, then lists all the black-owned businesses within a 5-mile radius.
“We can’t imagine a more natural evolution, a better way to improve both the awareness of the number of black-owned businesses and increase their bottom lines,” said Busby. “[This is] an excellent app for the black community. America’s black businesses and the consuming public will benefit tremendously – all by clicking an app on their phone!”
« on: March 20, 2013, 08:51:39 AM »
Don't know if this has already been posted...
Bobbie Smith, the lead singer for the 1970s vocal group The Spinners, whose hits include "Could It Be I'm Falling in Love" and "Games People Play," has died, the group's manager said.