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Morgan State University was good to Willie Lanier. Now Mr. Lanier is being good to Morgan State. The historically black university in Baltimore announced that Mr. Lanier has given a $500,000 gift to establish the Willie E. Lanier Sr. Endowed Lectureship in Business Ethics. Starting in 2016, the lectureship will provide a two-year award toRead More
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Claflin University sophomore Dennis Richmond Jr. recently accepted a $25,000 United Negro College Fund scholarship as a Target Rising Star recipient. Richmond was honored at the 36th annual taping of “UNCF: An Evening of Stars,” which aired live on BET networks. UNCF, known for its continuous efforts to support the education of African-American students atRead More
Founded in 1856 by members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Wilberforce is the first predominantly African-American private university in the nation. Wilberforce was originally formed to provide an intellectual Mecca and refuge from slavery’s first rule: ignorance. Following the same lines the institution is going one step forward and seeking to break the barriers ofRead More
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For Saint Augustine’s University graduates Shaquitta Monique Clark and Antwoine Lamont Coleman Jr., it was not a matter of being accepted to law school. Their biggest decisions were which ones to attend. Clark was admitted to 11 law schools. Coleman was admitted to eight law schools. After much deliberation, Clark, a native of District Heights,Read More