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Octavia E. Butler Celebration Highlights  Arts & Activism William and Camille Hanks Cosby Chair in the Humanities, Tananarive Due, will present the Octavia E. Butler Celebration of Arts and Activism on April 16, 2014. Butler’s legacy as a groundbreaking science fiction writer will be discussed during the event. Activities include an … [Read more...]

Spelman Women Help Boost Jumpstart

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“There’s nothing like seeing a child read for the first time,” said Ashley Sharpe-Porter, C’2013, a psychology (premed) major. “Children need us to help them become more literate because they don’t have the same advantages as children living in affluent areas.” According to Jumpstart, an early education organization that helps children … [Read more...]

Making Your Internship Memorable

As the summer months are approaching, many college students across the country are gearing up for summer internships.  The industries receiving them run the gamut – government, nonprofit, healthcare, education, retail, consulting, technology, engineering, advertising/media/public relations, financial services, and the list continues.  Regardless of … [Read more...]