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Student embarks on Civil Rights Pilgrimage

Ciara Benham Staff Writer In March, freshman Azzie Cunningham marched with more than 40 members of Congress for the Congressional Civil Rights Pilgrimage. Cunningham joined civil rights activists including the now late Rep. John Lewis, Ruby Bridges and Brian Stevenson, lawyer and renowned author of the book “Just Mercy,” in Alabama for the event. Read More


Conquering COVID-19: It takes an entire campus to beat the coronavirus

On Tuesday, Aug. 18, The News posted an editorial urging University administrators to release the number of positive COVID-19 cases on campus. Since then, President Bob Jackson sent out the number of positive students (14), faculty and staff (4) COVID-19 cases as of Aug.19. The News thanks President Jackson and University administrators for listening to Read More