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« on: Today at 09:48:27 AM »
Actress Kelly Preston Dead At 57 After Battle With Breast Cancer
Peter Eckel explores the ways the pandemic might take its toll on the search for talent at the top and what search committees and boards should do in response.
Leadership Program Prepares MSI Leaders to Become College Presidents
Pac-12 will only play other conference members. NESCAC cancels fall athletics. Carleton and U of Bridgeport won't play sports this fall. Nor will California community colleges.
What should schools do about sports, not just in the fall, but in the post-COVID aftermath?
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Paul Quinn College is launching a fully online 36-month undergraduate degree in business administration and public policy designed to educate a new generation of change makers.
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“Skateboarding has traditionally been a man’s sport, which is why I am so passionate about my role as a Black woman who challenges past assumptions and shows that skateboarding is for all of us."
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The 'Mandalorian' actor stars in the upcoming first-person shooter as dictator Antón Castillo.
General Discussion Forum / Janelle Monáe And Congresswoman Maxine Waters Combat Food Insecurity In L.A.« on: Yesterday at 11:49:09 PM »
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, songstress Janelle Monáe has been on a mission to combat food insecurity among vulnerable populations. The Kansas City native recently teamed up with Congresswoman Maxine Waters to provide meals for families in need in Los Angeles, UPI reported.
A possible gift idea...
« on: Yesterday at 10:58:42 PM »
...The trend “will put a light on HBCUs.”
« on: Yesterday at 10:50:28 PM »
I apologize if this is a duplicate thread...
Basketball in the state of North Carolina looked very, very different in the 1940s. The shorts were short, dribble moves were non-existent, and many of the best players in the state were barred from competing at the highest levels of the sport due to Jim Crow-era segregation.
The Washington Redskins will announce the retirement of their team name Monday, a league source confirmed to The Washington Times.
The confirmation comes a day after Yahoo Sports indicated that a name change for the team was imminent within 24 to 48 hours. Sports Business Daily, however, reports that a new name is not expected to be immediately announced because “trademark issues are pending.”
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XULA takes its dominant Gold Rush tennis team to a new conference.
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She is an HBCU alumna (WSSU, NCCU, NCAT).