CBS Morning -Nate Burleson To celebrate hip-hop’s first-ever history month, “CBS Mornings” spoke with Sha-Rock, America’s first female MC, Public Enemy’s Chuck D and Smithsonian curator Dwan Reece to examine the impact and influence of […]
By Staff Tell us how you managed through college during the pandemic. Managing through the pandemic as a college student was not an easy task for many students, including me. It came with many new […]
Scientists show that simply shutting down brain cells that remember your illness can reverse the disease.
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By Staff Talent courses through E’ssential’s very blood, as she is a descendant of the timelessly iconic ragtime giant Scott Joplin. E’ssential’s journey to stardom includes opening for a constellation of luminaries, such as Anthony Hamilton, […]
By Staff What does Stillman College mean to you? Stillman College is an anchor in my life, both figuratively and literally. Stillman directly impacted my life as a native Tuscaloosan raised blocks away from the […]
Wildfires accelerate the range shifts of several species of trees in the American West, according to new research.
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Researchers say the benefits of connecting the eastern and western grids far exceed the projected $50 billion cost.
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By LaTricea Adams When I recently opened the 2021 Young, Gifted, & Green 40 Under 40 Awards ceremony, I was reminded of the passion, hope, and hard work from young Black and Brown activists who drive the […]
By Staff Tell us about your education. I had the honor and privilege to attend the best Historical Black College and University on the planet, Albany State University where I received a Bachelor’s Degree in […]