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Visit the 2014 Retool Your School article. 2011 Retool Your School Campus Improvement Program The Home Depot is overjoyed to bring this essential and successful program back for a second year. We know how valuable our nation’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities are, and how much they have contributed to our country’s growth in so […]
Entry #51, February 8, 2011 Article from: Diverse WASHINGTON, D.C. — In a strategic move to get closer to both the students it serves as well as the focal point for the nation’s education policy, United Negro College Fund President Michael Lomax formally announced plans Monday to relocate the organization in the heart of one […]
Entry #6, November 19, 2010 Article from HBCU Digest: Political/cultural blogger Leah Barlow is a sophomore at Hampton University. You can read more of her work at Carmalized. My dad presented an interesting scenario to me a few days ago: A student is about to graduate high school and of course has a few options, […]