Being over two months since the series aired, Hampton discussed the lives of singer, songwriter R. Kelly’s victims and their families’ post-production. “The reason you don’t see a post interview with Dominique is because she wasn’t ready,” the producer stated. The audience learned from Hampton just how many roles she played while being a producer.
With a caption filled with positivity, Mass Media Arts Professor Brian Hightower reflected on how the late artist, Nipsey Hussle impacted his life. Hightower even shared videos of his interview with the artist. Check them out below!
On Mar. 23, Clark Atlanta University (CAU) and Clark Atlanta University Alumni Association (CAUAA) hosted its 11th annual Spirit of Greatness Gala at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta Hotel in downtown Atlanta led by Dr. Rashad Richey as Master of Ceremony. Last year’s Spirit of Greatness Gala raised over $1.5 million to reach the educational advancement
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
The recent government shutdown, enforced by President Donald Trump, affected more than just government employees. Many college students were affected as well. Clark Atlanta University had its share of students who were and still are affected by the recent shutdown. The shutdown, which started Dec. 22, 2018, was the longest one in the Trump presidency.
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
An anti-abolitionist slave owner wrote a poem in 1814 that would become the national anthem for the United States. On March 3. 1931, President Herbert Hoover signed a document that made the national anthem for America officially become “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Originally, the national anthem was a poem that was written by Francis Scott
View this post on Instagram Our resident journalist @love_almiya is chatting with employers today! Her first talk was with reps from @mailchimp #CAUCareerFair19 A post shared by Hire A Panther (@hire_a_panther) on Feb 8, 2019 at 9:59am PST On Feb. 8, Clark Atlanta University’s Department of Career and Professional Development hosted its Spring Career Fair
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
“Gender Race and Inclusion in the Sports Media: Who’s in, Who’s ‘Out’, and Who’s Still Left Out ?,” sports panel discussion hosted at Morehouse College in the Bank of America Auditorium on Jan. 25. The sports media panel included professionals like CAU’s Tareia Williams of Turner Sports Director of Communications, Sports Director of the Louisville