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On Health | Regina Benjamin, Xavier University of Louisiana ’79
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On Health | Regina Benjamin, Xavier University of Louisiana ’79

Health is where we live, where we learn, where we work, where we play and where we pray. Health is in everything we do. Regina Benjamin, MD, MBA 18th U.S. Surgeon General, Physician, Endowed Chair In Public Health Sciences at Xavier University of Louisiana. Continue reading

Untold Stories of Athletes of Maryland’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities
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Untold Stories of Athletes of Maryland’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Can you name ten notable HBCU alumni? Of course you can! Now, name ten notable HBCU athletes and coaches. (Coach Eddie Robinson is my gift.) Did you get to ten? For many of you, the answer is no. HBCU students and alumni achieve in every field of human endeavor—including sports. A few of our athletes … Continue reading

The Hillman College Bookstore
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The Hillman College Bookstore

The impact of A Different World is irrefutable. It is easy to find HBCU alumni, students and friends who revel in their Hillman College experience. I mean, really, who among us isn’t binge watching A Different World on Netflix? (If you aren’t we won’t judge you. Just get your cousin’s Netflix info and join us.) … Continue reading

Keep A’ Inchin Along #Selma50 | Crystal A. deGregory, Fisk ’03
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Keep A’ Inchin Along #Selma50 | Crystal A. deGregory, Fisk ’03

Sandwiched amid 70,000 people, the streets are lined with booths selling oils, bracelets, wood carvings and dashikis and the ever- and increasingly popular knock-off purses. Gotta love our people! You see the Pettus Bridge in the distance but you aren’t certain you’ll make it to its foot because there are so many people. Braced against … Continue reading