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General Discussion Forum / Re: PSA for today
« Last post by soflorattler on Today at 07:04:50 PM »
A friend of mine here has that same sticker on his SUV window.
Those cops should have shot every last one of them.

They weren't dark enough.

Those cops should have shot every last one of them.

I thought about that but the cops were heavily outnumbered and it may not have turned out well for the cops.

What does that have to do with anything?  You protect The Capitol to the last man. 
^^^^Built in 1741 where is your church? ::)

Richmond, VA.
Sports Forum / Re: Five-Star Travis Shaw puts A&T in Top Four
« Last post by Professor on Today at 06:32:32 PM »
Lol ya'll a trip.

It was , we need to get our kids to look at and come back to HBCUs. Young man chooses A&T in his final 4 , who btw was the 1st school to offer him in 2018 when he was a freshman.... and now he's teasing hahaha.
General Discussion Forum / PSA for today
« Last post by Que82 on Today at 05:50:55 PM »
General Discussion Forum / Re: HBCUs see soaring applications
« Last post by JBROB on Today at 05:49:29 PM »
"New data from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center provides a final tally of the enrollment decline higher education saw during the spring term of 2021: Total college enrollment fell 3.5 percent from a year earlier, a shortfall of 603,000 students. That is seven times worse than the decline a year earlier."

The biggest enrollment declines continue to be at community colleges, which I wrote about back in April. From fall 2019 to fall 2020, community college enrollment dropped by 10.1 percent. From spring 2020 to spring 2021 — the just-completed semester — enrollment was down 9.5 percent. Students in two-year public colleges are roughly a third of the total U.S. college population.

In North Carolina, community college enrollment was down nearly 8 percent from spring 2020. State universities gained nearly 1 percent, while private colleges declined by 2.6 percent. Overall, North Carolina's enrollment was down 3.2 percent to about 492,000 students. (Carolina Demography at UNC-Chapel Hill has more on North Carolina's enrollment picture.)

College presidents across the nation are thanking the higher ed deities for their graduate and professional schools, where enrollment gains are partly offsetting losses at the undergraduate level. Grad school enrollment is up 4.6 percent across the board, with slightly larger increases at public four-year universities (up 5.6 percent this spring) but slightly smaller increases at private nonprofits (up 3.8 percent) and private for-profits (up 1.7 percent). Since 2019, the nation's colleges and universities have netted nearly 121,000 new grad students. Meanwhile, it's no coincidence that local universities are adding new post-graduate programs, such as UNCG's Ph.D. in computer science and High Point's dental school (and maybe a few more graduate-level offerings down the road).

The retention rate went up at four-year public universities but declined at community colleges. That's another reason why four-year public universities saw minimal changes to enrollment while community colleges are losing so many students.
Charles Barkley tried to tell ya.....
Teams "part ways" with white coaches......BROTHAS GET FIRED!!

Dash camera footage of a Springfield police cruiser striking a man who was lying in the street last weekend has been released.

Eric Eugene Cole, 42, died after a shooting incident on June 13, according to a release from the Springfield Police Division.

The initial officer responding to a shooting on South Center Boulevard on Sunday night did not see Cole lying in the street when they hit him with a cruiser, Springfield Division Police Chief Lee Graf said.

Officer Amanda Rosales was trying to read addresses on the houses as she was responding when she hit Cole, Graf said. She stopped immediately and began to render aid to Cole.

In the video, you see the police cruiser, driven by Rosales, making its way to the scene of the incident. As the cruiser pulls onto South Center Boulevard, you can see Cole lying on the left side of the road in a white shirt, with blood on it, and blue shorts.

The cruiser then strikes Cole and stops, the video shows.

The newspaper is not showing the cruiser strike Cole but is showing what happened immediately prior.

A second video shows a separate cruiser following behind Rosales. As the two pull up to the scene, Cole is shown lying on the left side in the road as the cruiser strikes him. Rosales then gets out of her cruiser and runs to aid Cole, as do other officers.

CareFlight transported Cole to Miami Valley Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

The Montgomery County Coroner’s Office has not determined Cole’s cause of death at this time.

Rosales is on administrative leave and an internal investigation has begun, Graf said.
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