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NAACP Lends a Helping Hand

  Volunteering brings people of diverse backgrounds together in order to enhance our lives and create humbling experiences. The Community Service Committee of Tuskegee’s Chapter of the NAACP dedicated a day to visit and embrace the heroic veterans of the armed services of Tuskegee, Alabama. On December 12, 2015, the committee visited the Central Alabama Veteran’s Health Care System of Tuskegee, Alabama. During their trip to the Veteran’s Hospital, the student’s took time to visit each room within the hospital and talk to each individual veteran. As the veteran’s shared their experiences of being in the armed services, the students […]

Do HBCUs Feel the Bern?

January 14th marked the opening date of Democratic candidate, Bernie Sander’s, Historically Black College and University Tour. Stops on the tour are set to include Tennessee State University, Alabama State University, Jackson State University, Florida A&M University, Virginia State University, Howard University, the Atlanta University Center, and Benedict College. Throughout his campaign, Sanders has made notable efforts to speak on issues affecting the black and minority communities such as: criminal justice and income inequality. Sanders hopes to, not only encourage the voting action of students, but to also lobby for a heavier minority vote all around. Prominent members of the black […]

“How to Brighten Up Your College Experience”- Advice to Freshmen

          The end of the first semester of your first year in college is near, and I hope  everyone is having a positive and productive experience so far. I know from  experience this first semester has probably been overwhelming, but hopefully you  all have enjoyed it. For those who haven’t, I have come up with a few tips that might  help you enjoy the rest of your first year of college. First, get involved. If you come to college and sit in your room all day, nine times out  of ten, you will hate your time […]