Los Angeles, Little Rock, Chicago, Pine Bluff, Dallas, Peoria, Las Vegas, St Louis, Houston, Memphis and Phoenix were just a few of the many cities from which the members of the UAPB Class of 1969 traveled for our 45th college reunion, November 7-9. … Continue Reading
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Two members of all African-American robotics team at Spelman College (also know as SpelBots) competed in the Be "U" Hackathon finals at the Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, WA on November 12th-14th. The three-day event was hosted by The United … Continue Reading
The Peace Corps was the last thing on my mind while I was in undergrad; I would smile politely at the Peace Corps recruiter during career fairs, but I was not ready for the long term commitment. A few years later I was working in the DC Metro area, … Continue Reading