HOUSTON – Two local students have been selected to the Training and Recruitment Initiative for Admission to Leading Law Schools (TRIALS) program. A group of only 20 students in the nation have been chosen for this highly selective program. The nonprofit Advantage Testing Foundation recently launched its fifth annual TRIALS; a joint program with Harvard Law School and NYU School
HOUSTON – Recently, Reece Academy (Aldine ISD) celebrated Red Ribbon Week with a Pep Rally after a week-long celebration of “Saying No to Drugs!” Students and Staff were given ribbons by Texas Military Forces Red Ribbon Campaign. Reece Academy had an awesome program prepared for the students including distinguished guest speaker Congresswoman Sheila Jackson-Lee, from the 18th District. Coordinating the
AUSTIN- Dr. Julianne Malveaux, economist, author and commentator, charmed the audience with her wit and wisdom as the keynote speaker during Huston-Tillotson University’s recent Charter Day Convocation. She cautioned students to “think” about their actions and to put God first. She also encouraged students to reach beyond the stars and not limit themselves in their pursuit of the college degree.
PRAIRIE VIEW- Dean Terence Hicks of the Whitlowe R. Green College of Education was recently awarded the 2013 Robert B. Howsam Award from the Texas Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. The award was presented at the annual Consortium of State Organizations for Texas Teacher Education (CSOTTE) Conference. It is given to respected individuals devoted to education who demonstrate leadership
By: Keli Goff Author and Political Analyst During the last midterm elections when candidates in tough races found themselves in trouble, Democrats dispatched their secret weapon: Michelle Obama. The first lady campaigned in a number of states for candidates. She did so in part because her schedule made it easier for her than her husband, but also because, as has