Written by Tristan Holmes Millennial Lifestyle Coach and Journalist Montgomery, Alabama In school I was taught how to take tests. I took notes, watched videos, listened to a teacher. While I am thankful for some of the teachers I’ve had in my life; I, along with the vast majority of my generation, have been denied proper education. I learned theorems and how to read a … Continue reading My Millennial Mind: Formal Education vs Self-Education
Congratulations to our Editor in Chief and Chief creative officer, Andre Demorion Carter on graduating from Faulkner University today with a degree in Political Science. On to bigger and better things brother. Continue reading Congratulations to Andre Carter on getting his degree!!!
Written by Israel Afangideh If you haven’t heard yet, Donald Trump Jr is coming to Faulkner University on Oct 5th this year. Donald Trump Jr. is the first son of President Donald Trump, he was born on December 31st 1977, and now runs The Trump Organization and all its subsidiaries with his brother Eric Trump and most pertinently, he will be speaking at Faulkner University’s … Continue reading Donald Trump Jr. is Coming to Faulkner University, and it’s a good Thing
– It’s all Part of the Annual Robert & Jean Graetz Symposium Sponsored by ASU’s National Center – – They will Discuss Challenges that Impact Native Americans, Hispanics, African-Americans & Others – WHEN: April 13, (Thursday) from 9:30 a.m. – noon. WHERE: ASU’s National Center, 1345 Carter Hill Rd. If you are interested in hearing more about the marginalization of ethnic groups in America and what may be done to curtail it, … Continue reading ASU Event to Discuss Marginalized Ethnic Groups in America!
ASU’s Student-Actors & Dancers Make History – Graduating its first students in history to earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Dance from an HBCU – – Largest Theatre Degree graduating class in its history for ASU’s Spring Commencement – – April 7: Bachelor of Fine Arts dance recital at 6 p.m. – April 17 – 20: Theatre senior’s ‘One Act Play’ Festival at 6 p.m. … Continue reading ASU’s Student-Actors & Dancers Make History
Dr. King’s Friends Share Memories; Exhibit Items Related to Him! – ASU’s Hosts an Exhibit & Discussion on King & His Legacy – – Artifacts from the Collection of King’s Secretary will be Displayed – – Event is Hosted by ASU’s National Center for the Study of Civil Rights & African-American Culture – WHEN: Tuesday (April 4), at 6 p.m. – The 49th anniversary of Dr. King’s assassination. WHERE: The ASU Library (Levi Watkins Learning Center) in its Lecture Hall. On the 49th anniversary of the assassination … Continue reading ASU Hosts Exhibit and Discussion on Dr. King and His Legacy On the 49th Anniversary of His Assassination
Citywide Suicide-Prevention & Anti-Depression Seminar WHEN: TODAY, March 30, from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. WHERE: The ASU Hardy Student Center Ballroom The “R U GOOD?” program is dedicated to remind people to constantly ask their family and friends in a meaningful way “R U Good?” so they may help ascertain the state of their mental health and attempt to assist them in combating suicide and depression. … Continue reading R U GOOD?