ON THE FLOOR COACH: SIERRA DAWN-NELSON

The three-sport athlete in high school, Sierra Dawn-Nelson, is Clark Atlanta University’s floor captain for the 2018-2019 volleyball team. Sierra has been playing volleyball since the age of 12. With her second year on the squad, the graduating senior has already made a tremendous impact on her teammates, coaches and in school. CAU’s 2018-2019 Volleyball Team

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MELANIN AND HONEY MENTORSHIP PROGRAM

A professor in the english department of Clark Atlanta University, Steffinie Winfrey is the founder of a non-for-profit organization, Melanin and Honey. An organization uplifting young females through mentorship. Steffinie Winfrey,  Founder of Melanin and Honey Kayla Grant: What does the name Melanin and Honey mean to you? Steffinie Winfrey: Respect your complexion! After looking at

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“LOVE AND OTHER THINGS THAT KILL YOU” STAGEPLAY BY CHRISTIAN FEDISON

“Love and Other Things That Kill You” is an original piece written, directed, produced and arranged by Clark Atlanta University’s, Christian Fedison. The play, which debuted Friday, Nov. 9 and ran through Nov. 11, told the story of promiscuous high school teens. In the play, the teens go through the phases of love, identity, sexuality,

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AUC RECEIVES VISIT FROM “CREED II” STARS AND DIRECTOR

Students of the AUC filled the Cornelius Bishop Henderson Student Center on Nov. 8 to hear Michael B. Jordan, Florian Munteanu and “Creed II” director, Steve Caple, Jr. discuss the awaited sequel. “The blend of genre, sound effects, coloring, reality and how I approach it, I felt those things stuck out from the rest of

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CAU TAKES IN NYC AND BROADWAY STAGEPLAY, “AMERICAN SON”

Students and Faculty of Clark Atlanta University accepted the invitation extended by CAU’s 1978 alumnus Kenny Leon to attend a preview of the broadway show, “American Son.” Performed under Leon’s direction, the cast included Kerry Washington, Steven Pasquale, Jeremy Jordan and Eugene Lee.  Students were also provided with a city tour, which the Apollo Theatre,

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ALLSTATE’S PILLARS & POETRY TOUR

On Oct. 25, students from Spelman and Morehouse participated in a  spoken word competition at Morehouse College for an opportunity to win an offer of $20,000 in scholarships on behalf of Allstate. Grammy grant champion J. Ivy has united with Allstate for their Pillars and Poetry program, which urges HBCU students to distinguish a mainstay

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