Volume 25, Issue #3

I didn’t attend Howard University for my undergraduate or graduate studies, so I will not pretend to know what it’s like to walk in her shoes. I traveled to the Howard Homecoming during my early undergraduate years, I took in her essence at my very first Opening Convocation and Charter Day, and I walk and talk alongside her every day on campus. So, I can tell you what I’ve observed of her.

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Miss Kirie Frederick

Social transformations grow out of the interaction between collective experience and personal achievement. One of the greatest global changes, to date, is rapidly expanding the role of women. My...

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President Barack Obama granted clemency to Everett Bryant Law, a client of Howard University School of Law, who was serving a life sentence in prison.

Law was one of 42 prisoners whose...

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The Howard University Hospital (HUH) Human Resources Talent Acquisition Team recently attended the two-day Philippine Nurses Association of America Conference in Washington, D.C. The conference...

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Eleanor W. Traylor

I am sure that Howard Women number among those that Claudia Tate has illumined as “the cult of true womanhood,” and fill the roster of Dorothy West-varieties of Jack and Jill. I am sure that they...

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Carol Y. Dudley, director of the School of Communications Office of Career Development, was awarded a Café Mocha Radio 2016 Salute Her Award. Café Mocha launched its annual Salute Her Awards...

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