Growing up in Atlanta better known as the black mecca of the South, it was a common dream for African American girls to attend the prestigious Spelman College and for this particular young lady her dreams weren’t any different. Crystal Grimes Gibson’s plan took a shift, “After I attended ‘A Day in Your Life: Open
Author: Almiya White
Students, faculty and alumni of Clark Atlanta University were able to interact with Georgia’s legislators at the Georgia State Capitol as CAU hosted their third annual “CAU Day at the Capitol” on February 13. Clark Atlanta was honored on both the House and Senate chambers. Interim President Lucille H. Maugé was presented with proclamations and
Clark Atlanta University Board of Trustees has officially begun the process to identify the firm that will lead search for the Clark Atlanta’s fifth president. After serving as president for three years, Clark Atlanta’s University President Ronald A. Johnson announced on Oct. 19 that he will be resigning in December. Dr. Johnson wrote a letter
“Humbled” and “Honored,” alumna Sojourner Marable Grimmett received two awards, Outstanding Atlanta and Georgia Trend “40 Under 40” recognizing her work and community service. Grimmett is a devoted public affairs professional with a focus on grassroots community initiatives and social media engagement. She currently serves as the Director of External Affairs with the nation’s largest
With hopes of becoming an International Commercial Real Estate Investor, Clark Atlanta University student is one step closer to her career after interning with one of the top five largest banks in the world. Abria Perry is a junior business administration major with a dual concentration in finance and international business, who hails from Boston, Massachusetts.