Judge remembered as a mentor

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He knew that African Americans were often judged by a different standard and dedicated his life to being a positive example and providing career...

New president of Jacksonville State

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Jacksonville, Ala. (June 23, 2020) — The Jacksonville State University (JSU) Board of Trustees today confirmed Dr. Don C. Killingsworth, Jr. – a two-time...

Remembering Congressman Sam Johnson

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DALLAS (SMU) – SMU mourns the loss of retired congressman and decorated war hero Sam Johnson ’51, who died May 27, 2020 at the...

Greek couple cherishes memories of the U

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For Tri Delta member Remi Petit, her college experience is one she will never forget. From getting the experience to represent the University of...

Virtual sessions empower black men

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When it became obvious last month that the coronavirus was hitting African Americans harder than other racial groups, Gerry White, a sociologist and an...

Memoir: Fraternity helps overcome bullying

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KNOXVILLE, Tennessee -- For the first few decades of his life, Thad Cox Sr. had a serious stuttering problem. On the other hand, the retired...

What does FarmHouse have to do with a cure for cancer?

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Braden Wilson (Colorado State 13), joined the Be the Match Registry as an undergraduate and went on to serve on the FarmHouse Fraternity staff for four...

Dickinson Alumnus Leads Efforts to Feed Families

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CARLISLE, Pennsylvania - As businesses, community organizations and schools close their doors in response to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, a growing number of Americans...

Civil rights leader dies at 98

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ATLANTA (AP) — The Rev. Joseph E. Lowery fought to end segregation, lived to see the election of the country’s first black president and...

What is Phi Kappa Psi? Brother wins on ‘Jeopardy!’

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PARK RIDGE, Illinois — With the country sheltering in place for who knows how long, Adam Smith is pretty sure he won’t get his...

Actor’s path from Alabama to Hollywood and back

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Had it not been for a speech that Michael O’Neill gave to his fraternity, he probably wouldn’t have been an actor. He wouldn’t have been Special Agent...

SAE alumnus releases book titled ‘The Quarry’

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While on the Emerson College campus, Ben Halls ‘14 began writing what would become his first book set in his hometown of London. Originally a...