Eight Students Inducted Into Delta Mu Delta International Honor Society in Business

On October 24, 2018, eight Harris-Stowe State University, Anheuser-Busch School of Business students were inducted into the Delta Mu Delta International Honor Society in Business, Lamda Pi Chapter (charted 2009). The ceremony and reception to honor the inductees was held in the Emerson Performance Theatre on the campus of Harris-Stowe. “This particular group”, Dr. Eisel […]

Nathaniel Archie Reflects on UNCF HBCU Innovative Summit

Nathaniel Archie, a junior information science and computer technology major at Harris-Stowe State University, was one of 150 students selected to attend the 6th Annual UNCF (United Negro College Fund) HBCU Innovation Summit in Silicon Valley that took place October 13-18, 2018. Founded in 2014, the UNCF HBCU Innovation Summit is a “national movement to […]

You Want a Voice…GO VOTE!

Turbovote.org The new school year is approaching and so is a change for your voice to be heard.  According to the census bureau, for the past 20 years voter turnout in the United States has been around 58%-63% of the population.  With only approximately 40%-51% of young voters ages 18 to 29 participating.  Ideally, the […]

HSSU STUDENTS JOIN SENATOR BOOKER DURING MCCASKILL RALLY

On May 20, 2018, HSSU students Kaylin Dabney (Junior) and Reid Chunn (Senior) opened for U.S. Senator, Claire McCaskill and U.S. Senator, Cory Booker at the Sheet Metal Workers Union (2319 Chouteau Ave). The event was a Claire McCaskill rally, apart from her continuing statewide tour where the Senator Booker acted as a surrogate by […]

BACK-TO-BACK TOURNAMENT CHAMPS!!

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR OUTSTANDING MEN’S BASKETBALL TEAM FOR WINNING THE AMC TOURNAMENT TWO YEARS IN A ROW!! GOOD LUCK AT NATIONALS GUYS!! IT’S A GREAT DAY TO BE A HORNET!

HSSU PLACES 2nd IN THE HONDA CAMPUS ALL-STAR CHALLENGE

THE HARRIS-STOWE TEAM PLACED 2ND THIS YEAR AT THE HONDA CAMPUS ALL-STAR REGIONAL TOURNAMENT. Honda Campus All-Star Challenge was created by the Honda Motor Corporation (the same company that makes the Civic, Accord, and Pilot) in 1989 “to showcase the academic excellence of HBCU students. Honda established the program to support HBCUs because of their […]