The latest alumni publications.

Caribbean Spaces: Escapes from Twilight Zones (University of Illinois Press), by Carole Boyce Davies (M.A. ’75), is both a memoir and scholarly study that examines the nature of...

Caribbean Spaces: Escapes from Twilight Zones

50+ Omega Inspired Years: Tracing an Omega Legacy to 1931 (Quander Quality), by Rohulamin Quander (B.A. ’66; J.D. ’69), is a personal memoir detailing the author’s experiences as a member and...

50+ Omega Inspired Years: Tracing an Omega Legacy to 1931

Finally Free! (Anointed Press), by Gloria Roberson (M.B.A. ’92) and Diane Roberson, is a book of poetry motivated by the authors’ love for Jesus Christ that hopes to inspire readers to feel the...

Finally Free!

Men, How Much Do You Really Love Your Family? (Yarrah Properties), by Durand C. Spruill (B.B.A. ’85), tells the story of a man who dealt with the taboos of getting a prostate exam to stay healthy...

Men, How Much Do You Really Love Your Family?

The Lighter Side of Darkness (Xlibris), by Troy Johnson (B.S. ’93), is a supernatural thriller about God’s actions to extinguish evil by commissioning sinners to do away with Satan.

The Lighter Side of Darkness

When the Saints Go Hobbling In: Emmett Jay Scott and the Booker T. Washington Movement (Seaburn Publishing Group), by Maceo Crenshaw Dailey Jr. (Ph.D. ’84), is a collection of essays that focuses...

When the Saints Go Hobbling In: Emmett Jay Scott and the Booker T. Washington Movement

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