Volume 24, Issue #2

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...

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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...

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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.

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Taylor Amos came to Howard University with a mission. Aware that African Americans are underrepresented in many fields, she focused on her love of public service.

Amos decided that, by joining the Peace Corps, she could carve a pathway into global development. In this profession, she saw that African-American leaders are scarce and that there is room to grapple with some of the planet’s most intractable problems, such as improving the health and education of women and children—her special interest.

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Dr. Rubin Patterson

If there’s one thing that bothers Dr. Rubin Patterson (Ph.D. ’92), it is the lack of Blacks and Latinos in environmental leadership positions.

So, instead of complaining about it,...

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Alexandra Jones

By Briahnna Brown

For Alexandra Jones (B.A. ’01; M.A. ’03), archaeology never seemed to be in the plan.

She had never had the opportunity to learn about the field as a child, and...

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