Volume 24, Issue #1

Former U.S. Senator Edward William Brooke III, an honored alumnus of Howard University (L.A. B.S. ’41) whose ground-breaking achievements gave him national stature and wide-ranging influence as a...

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Last March, three Howard students met in front of the Plaza Towers to discuss creating a program that would allow alumni to donate funds to the University for student financial aid services or...

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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...

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Sometimes I Feel Like a Fatherless Child (Seaburn Publishing Group), by Noel Myricks (J.D. ’70), is an autobiography that explores the social conditions the author experienced growing up in...

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Esmerelda, The Gifted, Volume 1 (CreateSpace), by Merriel M. Chase (D.D.S. ’87), is a fictional tale of a talented girl born with two right hands and two left feet and how she employs her...

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Hartsough Sit-Ins

After a 60-year career, most people would consider retirement. David Hartsough, B.A. 1962 , however, has been a social activist for even longer than that, and he has no plans to slow down....

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