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When the Lady Bisons’ standout he’d been eyeing was finally detached from her hometown boyfriend, suitor Andrae Townsel dispatched one of his Bison football teammates on his behalf: “I said, ‘Marvin...
In Baltimore’s Ivy Hotel parlor, a woman in a blue dress and man in a grey suit sit down to assemble a hand-carved jigsaw puzzle. “She is excellent at these,” said the soft-spoken gentleman. “The...
Anthony Watson and Stacey Gates Watson’s secret to being a community-minded couple: co-power each other first. “She’s a mirror for me,” said Anthony Watston (B.B.A. ’05), reflecting upon why he chose...
For Sandra Tynes and Lonzer Tynes Sr., Howard University was an incubator for a unique partnership. After meeting there and later marrying, the couple went on to achieve a rare distinction: Each...
Faith Walton (B.A. ’69) hardly expected to meet her husband at a football game. It was her sophomore year at Howard, and she was in the stands with a girlfriend whose homeboy was a member of Omega...
Derrek Niec-Williams
Derrek Niec-Williams’ choice of architecture as a profession was more than just a choice. It was a need. According to a U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics report, there were about...

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The Science of Security Virtual Organization (SOS-VO) selected Anteneh T. Girma’s research paper, “Cloud Computing Vulnerability: DDoS as Its Main Threat and Analysis of IDS as a Solution Model...

Margaret Kargbo, B.A. 2002, died May 20, 2015. Following graduation, Kargbo moved to Atlanta to...

Sunday Dinner (University of North Carolina Press), by Bridgette A. Lacy (B.A. ’86...

Antonio K. Kizzie. Esq. (B.A. ’08)

Civil Rights/Entertainment Attorney, Ivie, McNeill &...

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