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Second Lt. Kristofer Grimes is the personification of “Aggie Born and Bred.”

The news is hard to follow even in the best of circumstances, but these shows keep their listeners up to date—and go deeper than your Twitter headlines.

With restaurants, stadiums and schools closed down, there is a lot of water idling in plumbing systems right now. Scientists say that’s an unhealthy state of affairs. Stagnant water can accumulate copper, lead and harmful bacteria — including the kind that causes potentially fatal Legionnaires’ disease.

The time is now to consider systemic changes in order to defend nonrevenue sports nationwide from the coming onslaught.

Smart move.

Anytime you make it easier for folks to give...they will.

so I believe.

I agree. :nod:

The students hit hardest are transferring closer to home. If colleges want them back,  they’ll need to repair a broken system.

The Drum / Tuskegee's New Parents & Family Website
« on: May 26, 2020, 06:30:39 PM »
“Parent and family involvement and support are vital to our students’ success as they complete their academic journey. By staying informed and engaged in your student’s college experience, you are partnering with the Division of Student Affairs to ensure your student — and our entire student body — graduates as a well-rounded Tuskegee gentleman or woman.”

Spelman College Senior Gabrielle Sumpter Receives Scholarship From Frank and Laura Day Baker.

General Discussion Forum / Gas prices in your area
« on: May 22, 2020, 10:25:41 AM »
$2.59 Mid Grade :nod:

The Drum / Mentorship Helps Black Women Thrive in Legal Profession
« on: May 22, 2020, 10:06:39 AM »
While the barriers are steep for Black women in law, supportive networks and opportunities exist to turn obstacles into societal change.

In the fall of 2019, UC's nine undergraduate campuses admitted more than 107,000 students. Of those admissions:

African American, 4%
Latino, 24%
Asian American, 30%
White, 21%
American Indians 0.4%

Percentages of Latinos and African Americans are larger in the California population as a whole and advocates say UC admissions should reflect that.

“When the Final Four is played in front of a crowd, that'll mean we're coming close to the end of this.”

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