Volume 25, Issue #3

Like the diamonds she sells, Nicole Black (B.A. ’92) became the embodiment of The Howard Woman while under pressure.

“ The Howard Woman is bold,” Black said. “She’s resilient, she’s a...

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The first time Kamala Devi Harris (B.A. ’86) ran for office, she was elected freshman representative to a student council for liberal arts majors at Howard University.

She’s come a long...

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Carmen (Jones) Hill, B.A. 1972 , was selected as the president of the Multicultural Real Estate Alliance for Urban Change. This alliance is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization made up of real...

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For Lovers Only: A Cookbook and More (Sherry Winston), by Sherry Winston (Mus.B. ’68), includes romantic food and drink recipes for two, along with recommendations for atmosphere and music to set...

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Kia Bennett, B.A. 1998 , was elected to be a governor on the Board of the Washington, D.C., Chapter of the Recording Academy (GRAMMYs). She will continue to serve the music community in outreach...

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The Entertainer (Outskirts Press), by Sandra Sully (B.S. ’68; MSW ’70), is a suspenseful novel about a shocking crime at a local theater in a small town in Missouri.

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