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

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Grambling Students Injured in Campus Shooting

A dorm-room fight in Grambling State University left three students injured after being shot Monday night. The incident happened at Douglass Hall. Tracy Lamar Greene Jr., 19, Brandon Cooper, 21, and Jarion Walker, 20, are now recovering in Ruston General Hospital. Police are still investigating the case. (Photo: WikiCommons)

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