Priceless Vol 1 Number 7
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MSM Performs Life-Changing Reconstructive Surgery
MEAC Sports: NC A&T Finishes Undefeated With Celebration Bowl Win
'America's Next Top Model' Gets HBCU Alumna Contestant
NSU's 101st Commencement
Free Winter 2018
‘Principles of Leadership’ Receives Exposure Overseas
COURTESY OF GRAYSON MOORE, CELEBRATION BOWL ATLANTA — Lamar
Raynard scored on a 1-yard sneak with 38 seconds left and unbeaten North Carolina A&T won its second
Bowl in three years, defeating Grambling Saturday.
N.C. A&T (12-0) won its fourth Historically
College and University national championship. The
claimed titles in 1990 and 1999 in addition to 2015, when they defeated Alcorn State 41-34 in the first Celebration Bowl.
Raynard, one of four
finalists for the Black College Hall of Fame player of the year, completed 23 of 43 passes for 225 yards and a touchdown and had 17 yards on eight carries.
The junior quarterback drove the Aggies 56 yards in
seven plays for the winning touchdown, shaking off nearly throwing his third interception. Grambling (11-2) challenged, but the pass was ruled incomplete.
Grambling was trying for a second straight HBCU national title as the Tigers edged North Carolina Central 10-9 last year.
DeVante Kincade, also a finalist for player of the year, completed 19 of 36 passes for 225 yards and two touchdowns while also scrambling for 93 yards on the ground.
Franklin McCain III ended a Grambling drive following the second-half kickoff with an interception at the goal line and N.C. A&T marched down the field to go ahead 14-7 on Marquell Cartwright‘s 30-yard
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Healthy Recipe Editorial
HBCU Sports Presidents
THIS EDITION’S HIGHLIGHTS My African American European Vacation: Spain
Aggies Coach Broadway Retires Grambling's Dr. Joseph Benjamin Johnson Dies
Upcoming Events Scholarships Watch
Hampton U Museum Reception Davidson Fellows Program
Dr. and Mrs. William R. Harvey: The 'Principles of Leadership' author will donate proceeds from his book sales to scholarships for students to attend Hampton University.
HAMPTON, Va. — The Chinese
launch of Hampton University President Dr. Harvey’s acclaimed book on leadership is gaining momentum today locally, nationally and overseas.
“The Principles of Leadership” was
promoted overnight via video chat to an audience at the prestigious Beijing Book
Fair. Coverage of its release in China has been non-stop since – the Associated Press has publicized its release along with newspapers, TV and radio outlets around the country talking about the book.
Proceeds from the book are donated to
Hampton University student scholarship, Dr. Harvey announced just before the video chat
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JCSU Comprehensive Campaign Exceeds $150-Million Milestone
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University announced that the Tomorrow is What WE Make It comprehensive campaign— launched in 2010 by the JCSU Board of Trustees, with a $150-million
secured gifts and commitments totaling $159.4 million as of Dec. 6, 2017.
This is one of the largest sums ever raised by JCSU. The campaign concluded at the close
of JCSU’s 150th anniversary, with over $1 million dollars pledged for each year that the University has been in existence.
JCSU experienced broad-based support Trustees, alumni,
foundations, faculty/staff and friends in the philanthropic community. Alumni contributed $5,987,867 and Trustees raised $2,855,970 of the $159,479,683 total.
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