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National Public Radio
Before Passing The Baton, Spelman President Reflects On Tough Choices
Host Michel Martin speaks with Spelman College President Beverly Daniel Tatum about her final year leading the oldest historically black college for women.
WaterSignal Taking Atlanta Schools To School On Water Efficiency And...
Schools and universities in Atlanta, which has one of the highest water costs in the country, will soon be making the grade in water efficiency and conservation thanks to WaterSignal.
The Jersey Journal
Sculpture earns Ewing teen gold in Las Vegas
EWING - In April, Ewing township resident Abiola Oladele, 16, left an NAACP state competition with a gold medal and plane ticket to Nevada for July to advance her sculpture in the national competition.
Cross Roads News
Professor to discuss Muslim women in U.S.
Dr. Jamillah Karim will discuss and sign her book, "American Muslim Women: Negotiating Race, Class, and Gender in the Ummah," on July 19 at the Clarkston Library.
Rent-A-Center Names Aubyn Thomas Vice President of Marketing
Reporting to Rita Bargerhuff, senior vice president and chief customer officer, Thomas is charged with leading a full complement of marketing functions, including the integration of Rent-A-Center's brand strategy, into all marketing communications.
Spelman College Exceeds Fundraising Goal; Prepares for Next Era of Leadership
Spelman College today announced that it has exceeded its comprehensive fundraising campaign goal, generating $157.8 million.
Contra Costa Times
Richmond teens cross country for SAT prep program
El Cerrito High School incoming junior Ciara Dossman, 16, Kennedy High School incoming juniors Quelane Levi, 15, Geramani Martin, 16, and Izabel Rodriguez, 16, left to right, are photographed at the For Richmond headquarters in Richmond, Calif., on Thursday, July 3, 2014.
Alice Walker to visit Wilmington
Walker is one of many civil rights figures who will be recognized for her work during the July 2 Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Legacy Awards Luncheon.