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VIDEO: COVID-19’s Impact on Communities Across the Country
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VIDEO: COVID-19’s Impact on Communities Across the Country

NewsVision Special Report Howard University capstone broadcast journalists share how the the coronavirus is affecting communities across the country– from New Jersey to California. The NewsVision journalists, who were mandated to return home due to the pandemic, report on how their local communities are now facing issues ranging from the economy, education, and the homeless….

Trustee Leslie Hale Calls Howard’s Charter a ‘Revolutionary Document’
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Trustee Leslie Hale Calls Howard’s Charter a ‘Revolutionary Document’

By Yasha Washington, Staff Reporter While looking back through 153 years of groundbreaking and world-shifting history, convocation speaker Leslie D. Hale considered Howard University’s founders and their thoughts when signing the charter. Highlighting and emphasizing Howard’s legacy, Hale questioned whether the signers ever anticipated such prominence and greatness from the institution that they helped to…

As Super Tuesday Smoke Clears, Biden Pulls Ahead in Democratic Race
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As Super Tuesday Smoke Clears, Biden Pulls Ahead in Democratic Race

By Virgil Parker, Staff Reporter The once presidential hopefuls Sen. Elizabeth Warren and former Mayor Mike Bloomberg have dropped out of the race following an unsatisfying Super Tuesday performance. Warren collected 56 delegates and Bloomberg collected 61. Warren lost her home state of Massachusetts, coming in third behind former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen….

Howard University Sodexo Employees Petition for ‘Cost-of-Living Wage’
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Howard University Sodexo Employees Petition for ‘Cost-of-Living Wage’

By Carrington York, Staff Reporter More than 20 Sodexo employees and Howard University students recently held a “walk-in” to protest the dining workers’ wages. The protest was a response to an ongoing contract dispute between Sodexo and dining employees who work at Howard dormitories and the Blackburn University Center.  Under Sodexo, Howard dining employees’ contracts…

A Look into the Impeachment of President Donald Trump
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A Look into the Impeachment of President Donald Trump

By Osaro Grayson, Staff Reporter President Donald J. Trump was formally impeached by the United States House of Representatives on Dec. 18, 2019. The charges of Abuse of Power and Obstruction of Congress both passed by votes of 230-197 and 229-198, respectively.  After the passage of the resolutions formally impeaching President Trump, Speaker Nancy Pelosi…

The Coronavirus Outbreak and What it Means for US Citizens
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The Coronavirus Outbreak and What it Means for US Citizens

By Zaina Fairey, Staff Reporter The Coronavirus, now named COVID-19, was first identified in Wuhan, China, in December. Since then, more than 42,000 people have been infected in Asia, Australia, North America and Europe, although 99  percent of the confirmed cases are in China. The disease is highly contagious and over 1,100 people have died….

$2.5 Million Gift of Art Honors Ron Walters’ Love for Howard
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$2.5 Million Gift of Art Honors Ron Walters’ Love for Howard

By Airielle Lowe, Staff Reporter Elizabeth Catlett sculptures, Romare Bearden collages and Robert S. Duncanson landscapes are among the original and rare artwork that adorns the home of Ronald and Patricia Walters. Now their collection of 152 prints, photographs and other pieces from eras such as the Harlem Renaissance will live on at Howard University….

VIDEO: COVID-19’s Impact on Communities Across the Country
CAMPUS, NEWS, Uncategorized

VIDEO: COVID-19’s Impact on Communities Across the Country

NewsVision Special Report Howard University capstone broadcast journalists share how the the coronavirus is affecting communities across the country– from New Jersey to California. The NewsVision journalists, who were mandated to return home due to the pandemic, report on how their local communities are now facing issues ranging from the economy, education, and the homeless….

Trustee Leslie Hale Calls Howard’s Charter a ‘Revolutionary Document’
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Trustee Leslie Hale Calls Howard’s Charter a ‘Revolutionary Document’

By Yasha Washington, Staff Reporter While looking back through 153 years of groundbreaking and world-shifting history, convocation speaker Leslie D. Hale considered Howard University’s founders and their thoughts when signing the charter. Highlighting and emphasizing Howard’s legacy, Hale questioned whether the signers ever anticipated such prominence and greatness from the institution that they helped to…

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