The 11th annual Spirit of Greatness Gala

Greatness exudes off the Clark Atlanta University students and its alumni and this year’s honorees: American record producer and songwriter, Bryan-Michael Cox/CAU, CAU Pathways to Excellence Award Recipient, Juanita M. Eber/Clark College ’51, Former Director of Alumni Affairs, CAU Pathways to Excellence Award Recipient, Dr. Om P. Puri, Non-Alum Award Recipient, Carl Seldon/Clark College ’61,

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MORRIS BROWN’S PRESIDENT RESIGNS

According to the President of Morris Brown College, he found it necessary to step in and provide strong leadership for this historically black college during his 12-year stay. Dr. Stanley Pritchett informed the Board of Trustees of his intentions to resign effective, December 31, 2018. Explaining he, “felt it was time to allow for a

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DeVon Franklin uses a four letter word [love] to open dialogue during his stop on “The Truth Tour” at CAU

Hosted by the Clark Atlanta University’s Mass Media Arts department, the Merge Symposium and AT&T presented DeVon Franklin’s “The Truth Tour” as it made a stop at the Atlanta University Center’s Woodruff Library in the Exhibition Hall on Feb. 18 in promotion of his new book, “The Truth About Men.” Doors opened at 5 p.m. to hear

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CAU welcomes an Interim Provost

As said by Clark Atlanta University’s Interim Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs, her luck in life has been, never having to look for a job because she has always been invited. Dr. Dorcas Davis Bowles continues the success of this professional track record as CAU has extended another invitation for her start of

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HORROR NOIRE: MORE THAN MONSTERS AND CLOWN FACED KILLERS

Horror scholar and executive producer of documentary and Shudder original, “Horror Noire”believes horror film narratives and its imagery helps the audience to understand and visualize ‘evil’ through symbols while not necessarily taking on a literal façade. “We can’t wrap our minds around human evil sometimes,” Tananarive Due said. “There are explanations in psychology, history and sociology

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Brian Kemp stole the gubernatorial race from Stacey Abrams

Republican candidate and Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp won the 2018 gubernatorial race against Democrat candidate and minority leader of the Georgia House of Representatives Stacey Abrams. Throughout the election, the two candidates stayed close in the polls. In the end, Kemp received 50.2 percent of the votes, while Abrams received 48.8 percent. Because

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Reflection with CAU Alumna, Kalea McNeil

Clark Atlanta University (CAU) Alumna reflects on the “Dramaturgy and Criticism” course taken at CAU and shared how she uses the learned skills and techniques everyday in her comedy and acting roles. Graduating in the class of 2009, Kalea McNeil earned her degree in Speech Communications and Theatre Arts. She hails from Fairfield, California and

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