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Class Assignment Transforms Into Book on Unjust City Planning for Texas Grad Student
Southern Methodist University (SMU) graduate student Collin Yarbrough has used Dallas’ Central Expressway all his life. But it wasn’t until an assignment for his engineering class that he began to see the road in a new light.
July 16, 2021
Book Review: ‘Pregnant Girl’ Prompts Public Policy Discussion About Parenting Students
Pregnant Girl: A Story of Teen Motherhood, College and Creating A Better Future for Young Families by Nicole Lynn Lewis is a powerful and deeply moving memoir that sheds light on the plight of an invisible population: student-parents. In her harrowing narrative, Lewis recounts the heart-wrenching pangs of racism and poverty that she experienced as a young mother working her way through college at William & Mary.
June 7, 2021
Dr. Larry E. Rivers Offers In-Depth Look Into the Life of an Enslaved Preacher in New Book
Dr. Larry E. Rivers’ deeply researched and inspiring book Father James Page: An Enslaved Preacher’s Climb to Freedom traces an overseer’s life and an enslaved preacher from slavery to freedom.
February 19, 2021
Radio Personality Donates $250,000 to SC State University
Radio personality Lenard Larry McKelvey, professionally known as Charlamagne Tha God, donated $250,000 for student scholarships at South Carolina State University, a historically Black university, according to WLTX19. Charlamagne announced his donation during the school’s homecoming celebration this past weekend. On Instagram, Charlamagne wrote: “always remember, investing in [historically black colleges and universities] is investing […]
October 24, 2019
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