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 […]

What is Proposition A or ‘Right-to-work’? You may have passed a million and one signs telling you to say “No to Prop A,” but what exactly is “Prop A”? Simply put, this is a bill that targets organizations called ‘unions.’ Unions are groups with the intended purpose of lobbying (or bargaining) with an employer on […]

You Want a Voice…GO VOTE! 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 […]