HOW ABOUT BLACK?

by Catherine Smith This past Monday, Harris Stowe’s NAACP chapter convinced the students, as well as some faculty, to support their movement in remembrance of the late Anthony Smith, a black man killed by a white police officer. Anthony Smith was killed by Jason Stockley, who was found not guilty despite evidence showing the officer’s […]

GIRLS NIGHT IN: Miss HSSU’s Make-up, Mindset and Motivation

by Catherine Smith CALLING ALL LADIES TO ATTENTION! CALLING ALL LADIES TO ATTENTION!  Miss Harris-Stowe’s Makeup Mindset & Motivation event this past Friday was something us ladies had to attend for sure! Ladies from all over campus, of different grade levels came together to do what we women do best: MAKE UP, GIRL TALK & […]

Valerie Beeson Receives Recognition

Valerie Beeson, 48-year employee to Harris-Stowe State University, was awarded the Charles Morris Administrator of the Year Award. The Charles Morris Award was established in the memory of former NAIA Associate Executive Director, Charles Morris, and recognizes an NAIA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics) member who has made significant contributions as an administrator of intercollegiate […]

HBCU’S HAVE A NEW STRUGGLE

by Reid Chunn Congress began taking active steps toward the growth institutions which served primarily those of African descent by passing the Morrill Act of 1862, this act appropriated land towards colleges; but more importantly, colleges which we now call HBCUs. While the first Morrill Act did not specify that land need-be allocated for black […]