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EOPS Manager George Mills (left) claps to the rhythmic beating of the djembe at the African Heritage Month Celebration at the Knox Center on Friday

Festivities culminate at heritage night

By JoJuan Johnson, Advocate Staff
February 19, 2020
The Gullah people weave baskets for farm work, make casts for fishing and sew African textiles in quilts. African songs founded Gullah music. Their genre has inspired sounds in ragtime, 
blues, hip hop and jazz.

Film series sheds light on origins of descendants

By Nijzel Dotson, Advocate Staff
February 27, 2019
The Science, Technology, Engineering and Math department have set up boards to display supporters of the field in hopes of empowering women and men.

STEM contributors recognized

By Jshania Owens, Staff Writer
March 21, 2018
Town hall on racism fuels local discussion

Town hall on racism fuels local discussion

By Ryan Geller, News Editor
February 28, 2018
Icon personifies role model

Icon personifies role model

By Michael Santone, Associate Editor
February 28, 2018
Films, lecture show Geechee traditions

Films, lecture show Geechee traditions

By Gabriel Quiroz, Staff Writer
February 28, 2018
Kiazi Malonga (right) and Fua Dia Congo (left) play drums during the annual African Heritage Month celebration in the Knox Center on Thursday night from 6-8 p.m.

Celebration honors African history, intellectual heritage

By Ryan Geller, News Editor
February 6, 2018
Percussion, language laud African heritage

Percussion, language laud African heritage

By Robert Clinton, Sports Editor
February 14, 2017

Merits of greatest modern athlete ignored

By Robert Clinton, Sports Editor
February 14, 2017

Prior leader sets sights on revival

By Lorenzo Morotti, Associate Editor
February 25, 2016
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