Tag Archives: Dian Brown-Albert

Scholarships awarded to talent show winners


Alexandra Scicchitano – Contributor Winners of the Expressions of Social Justice Talent Show were awarded scholarships, but one student claims her group was cheated out of winning. “It was a surprise to us that he offered scholarships to the individual winners and for the clubs and organizations. He offered them funds that can go into their fundraising to support the

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Live Caribbean Music for Black History Month


Jeff Lamson – General Assignment Reporter Caribbean music with island and soul food start off Black History Month in Connecticut Hall. Open to all, the Black History Month Luncheon hosted students and staff for lunch and late breakfast while the Caribbean Vibes Steel Drum Band featuring Conroy Warren provided the entertainment. Students and staff danced with the folk storyteller that

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My March with Dr. King


August Pelliccio – News Writer Today, most recognize and respect the mark Martin Luther King Jr. left; but only as far back as 1986, Dr. Yan Searcy remembers seeing a thrown brick resting in the shards of a broken front window. Searcy is now the associate dean of Southern’s School of Health and Social Services, and gave the keynote speech

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Lyman displays African American Artifacts


Adrianna Rochester – General Assignment Reporter Images of America: African American Exhibit was structured to help teach unity, tolerance and diversity by exhibiting a collection of original African American artifacts from the era of slavery up until the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s, coordinator of multicultural affairs, Dian Brown-Albert said. The Multicultural Center worked in collaboration with Jeffrey Fletcher who

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