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.
CAU student, Enola Fisher pictured with her design entry and Professor Arnett
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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.
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
Interim President of Morris Brown College, Dr. Kevin James
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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!
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
The dean of the Whitney M. Young Jr. School of Social Work felt the school’s recognition, “places us at another level for the students interesting in our programs and faculty interested in coming to work here.” During the last three years, Dr. Jenny Jones has worked collectively with the school’s faculty to help refine the
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
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