2019-2020 Student Government Association President Frank Ortega stands with the SGA Executive Board. Undergraduate SGA President Levon Campbell, Jr., Vice President Kennedi Saunders, Treasurer DaQuera Green and Secretary Amiya Crockrom.
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Clark Atlanta University (CAU) is pleased to announce that the School of Arts and Sciences Department of Public Administration has been recognized for outstanding work at a Call for Papers Presentation held at the National Forum for Black Public Administrators (NFBPA) Conference this week in Orlando Florida. CAU is one of several prestigious hosts of
by Joi Johnson, Contributing Writer The neon trend makes a major comeback this year for Spring/Summer 2019 since it’s original start in the 80’s. These colors are reminiscent of highlighters and we are wearing them. Who doesn’t love a new trend? Neon has been seen everywhere from everyday street wear to the fashion runways in
The new radio show “The Exclusive with Stacy Roberson” where celebrities and influencers discuss the music industry politics and education was launched by WTSU Radio and CAU alumni on Mar. 4. Stacy Roberson, songwriter and former SGA Graduate President at Clark Atlanta University felt students will react to the discussions on the show positively. “I
New artwork titled, “Helping Hands” by popular muralist had an unveiling ceremony on Feb. 22 in Virginia Lacy Jones Exhibition Hall of the Atlanta University Center (AUC) Robert W. Woodruff Library which included a talkback session with the artist. “I want it to be a prompt for them to live their best lives and for
By Kentrelle Moore Millions of college students across the country auditioned for the popular game show, Wheel of Fortune, with one Clark Atlanta University student to prevail winning $12,137 in cash and prizes, including a trip to Jamaica! Dezha Lattimore of Fort Wayne, Ind. was a contestant on the family gameshow, Wheel of Fortune on Friday,
Featured in the National Football League’s (NFL) annual Super Bowl welcome to the city video in Atlanta, Clark Atlanta University’s Mighty Marching Panther Band was able to play a crucial part in the Super Bowl LIII weekend. “It was an amazing and unforgettable experience that I wouldn’t trade for anything,” Drum Major, Kendrick Payne said.
You must find a way or make one, entertainment writer for the Associated Press stated. “The base of all mediums is writing,” Jonathan Landrum Jr. said. On Sept. 27 the Clark Atlanta University alumnus was a guest speaker for many students within the mass media arts department at Clark Atlanta University. Landrum has been highlighted
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