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Dillard reinstates Nursing Program admissions

     A year after suspending admission for its three undergraduate nursing programs, officials at Dillard University today announced the reopening of applications for one of its signature schools. ...

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James C. Boyd Funeral Home, Inc. celebrates 47 years in business with a free Information Forum

James C. Boyd Funeral Home, Inc. celebrates 47 years in business with a free Information Forum and Candlelight Vigil. ...

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Dillard Track being named for Coach Robert Green

In recognition of an appreciation for Coach Robert A. Green, who has dedicated over 60 years of outstanding service and love to Dillard High School’s students and community, the Broward County School Board approved the naming of the Dillard High School track, “The Robert A. Green Track.” ...

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Do You Know Marjorie Joyner ?

Marjorie Joyner was a beauty salon owner, who changed the game of hair styling when she invented the “permanent wave machine.” ...

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Do You Know Elizabeth Blackwell ?

This sage, first female, degreed medical doctor was groomed early on by her highly educated family. ...

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FAMU President Announces Statewide Recruitment Tour

Florida A&M University (FAMU) President Larry Robinson, Ph.D., will launch his first statewide recruitment tour as the University’s 12th president on Friday, March 9. ...

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MLK Day of Service Award Luncheon honors community organizations

Florida Legislature, Broward College, in partnership with the 2018 MLK Day of Service Advisory Board, awarded $185,000 to 42 community organizations to support volunteer projects which honored Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy by transforming his memory into a day of volunteerism in the local community. ...

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Student ACES as a resource to help them better grasp and apply valuable lessons

Ernie Tabuteau, a former defensive back with the University of South Florida and a Student ACES representative, takes student-athletes at South Miami Senior High School through a recent role playing exercise designed to teach the importance of making good judgment. ...

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Breaking their media silence: Four Marjory Stoneman Douglas students speak out on the mass shooting and biased support.

Amongst the group is a strong belief that mainstream media is controlling the narrative of the tragedy. Together, they question where is this type of support when innocent unarmed Black kids are shot at the hands of reckless gun owners-- including police officers? ...

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