HBCU Review: Tuskegee Ranked High for Women and Minorities in STEM

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  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Accused of Witness Tampering in Howard Chapter Lawsuit
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  • Texas Southern University Partners Up With Environmental Protection Agency
  • Howard University Begins Building Interdisciplinary Research Building
  • Jackson State University Renames Center After Late State Senator
  • Norfolk State Basketball Coach Anthony Evans Heads to Florida International
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  • Emmanuel Johnson Named North Carolina A&T’s First Student Fulbright Scholar
  • First Lady Michelle Obama to Speak at Bowie State Commencement
  • Tuskegee Ranked High for Women and Minorities in STEM

Alpha Kappa Alpha Accused of Witness Tampering in Howard Chapter Lawsuit

A judge reprimanded Howard University's Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority chapter for witness tampering in an ongoing investigation against the organization. Laurin Compton and Lauren Cofield say their legacy status was ignored when they weren’t granted admission into the sorority after they refused to participate in hazing. The move has prevented witnesses from cooperating with the hearing. (Photo: WikiCommons)

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