1. Retool Your School is Back!


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    :30 2015 Program Overview

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    • Beyond the Beat: the Untold Stories of Black College Bands VOD


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      Behind the Glamour & Glitter of the halftime shows, HBCU bands are comprised of real people often times with extra-ordinary stories. Here, viewers will learn how it all began - HBCU Bands - as we know them today. They'll hear it from the man who started it all - the legendary, iconic creator and founder of Florida A&M's “Marching 100,” the late, Dr. William Patrick Foster (in what is believed to be his last known interview of significance)! Band participants, both modern-day and "ol-skool" band alumni share their experiences...from their numerous challenges faced and sacrifices made, to many of their triumphs and life long benefits of having participated in a Black College Band! We share some insights of what it's like being in an HBCU Band, through the eyes of and handful of those from Florida A&M, Jackson State, Alabama State, and Alabama A&M Universities! If you love music, respect history, and appreciate the showmanship of it all, then Beyond the Beat: the Untold Stories of Black College Bands is for you. It’s sure to please! It's a real life "MUST SEE!"

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      • Underemployed: Black College Graduates


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        A recent study from the Center for Economic and Policy Research has confirmed what you already know. In 2013, more than half (55.9 percent) of employed black recent college graduates were “#underemployed." Inequality isn't rooted solely in racist ideas or conscious efforts to exclude some groups from distinct opportunities. Where informal networks allow others to hold most of the decision-making positions, tactical #entrepreneurship needs to become the new normal. #WorkTwiceAsHardToGetHalfAsFar #NOTV

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        • Fisk University Wins 25th Anniversary Honda Campus All-Star Challenge National Championship


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          Taking home its first title, Fisk joins 12 HBCUs that have won HCASC national championships Oakwood University, Tuskegee University and North Carolina Central University completed the Final Four Dr. Rosland Rennae Elliott of Oakwood University named Coach of the year; Gabriel A. Smith of Tuskegee University named Earnest L. Jones Sportsperson of the Year Winning question tested Fisk’s knowledge of world mythology April 28, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Completing a journey that began in the fall, Fisk University claimed its first ever national championship title at the 25th anniversary Honda Campus All-Star Challenge. For a quarter century, American Honda Motor Co., Inc. has sponsored this unique academic competition featuring the best and brightest students from America’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Watch highlights from this year’s competition. A packed studio audience filled with competitors, alumni, volunteers, fans and Honda associates collectively held their breath as Fisk clinched the title over second-place finisher Oakwood University, after answering the following question correctly: What character in various world mythologies, whose name begins with A, B, or C, was the creator God eclipsed by Vishnu? Answer: Brahma Fisk was coached by Dr. Stafford W. Cargill. Team members included: Victor Ray Bradley, team captain, junior; Matthew G. Barthwell, junior; Anthony M. Franklin, senior; and Anna M. Wilkins, junior. “I am very proud of each student on the Fisk University team for the knowledge, spirit and discipline they displayed on the road to the national championship title,” said Dr. Stafford W. Cargill, coach, Fisk University. The seven remaining finalists that qualified for this year’s Elite Eight included: Oakwood University of Huntsville, AL; Tuskegee University of Tuskegee, AL; North Carolina Central University of Durham, NC; Morgan State University of Baltimore, MD; Morehouse College of Atlanta, GA; Florida A&M University of Tallahassee, FL; and Alabama State University of Montgomery, AL. “Honda congratulates Fisk University for winning its first title, and thanks the team for truly representing the more than 10,000 exceptional students that participated in this year’s Honda Campus All-Star Challenge,” said Steve Morikawa, assistant vice president, corporate and community relations, American Honda Motor Co., Inc. “We take great pride in the community that has developed around HCASC, and thank all volunteers and alumni who participated for the enduring impact they have on the lives of our student competitors.” The 2014 coach of the year was Dr. Rosland Rennae Elliott of Oakwood University. Gabriel Smith of Tuskegee University was named the Earnest L. Jones Sportsperson of the Year. This year’s divisional all-stars included: Antoine Armand Southern representing Oakwood; Victoria Monique Jones representing North Carolina Central; Djon-Iva D. Santos representing Alabama State; Gabriel A. Smith representing Tuskegee; Brannon A. Billings representing Prairie View A&M; Victor Ray Bradley representing Fisk; Maryum Styles representing Spelman; and Eric A. Jett representing West Virginia State. In addition to taking home the national championship trophy, Fisk University secured the top prize of $50,000 in university grants. Second place finisher Oakwood University won $25,000, while third and fourth place finishers – Tuskegee University and North Carolina Central University – earned $15,000 each. In total, more than $300,000 in institutional grants, which support academic activities, was awarded to participating HBCUs.

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          • Howard AKA P.R.I.M.A.C.Y. Probate '14


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            Howard University's own Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. host their 2014 Spring Semester Probate on The Yard. P.R.I.M.A.C.Y sets the stage and shows what Alpha Chapter is all about. breadwinnerllc.com

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            • HIGHER EDUCATION TODAY - Rhodes University


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              HIGHER EDUCATION TODAY -- Rhodes University -- Guest: Dr. Saleem Badat, Vice-Chancellor, Rhodes University. Your connection to contemporary issues, people, and institutions involved in the world of higher education. This segment of HIGHER EDUCATION TODAY co-produced by the University of the District of Columbia and the University of Cape Town; host is educational consultant and author Steven Roy Goodman.

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              • RUST COLLEGE - LIVE@5 - NEWSCAST - 2012


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                • Bearcats Women's Volleyball - Recruiting Good Players by Bruce Beard


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                  • Bearcats Volleyball Intro Theme by Louis Brown


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