“Tougaloo College Embraces New Improvements after Student Activists Demand Change” By Levell Williams & Malcolm Walker

The nation and world lost the legendary civil rights activist and congressman John Lewis on July 17, 2020. His life of selfless sacrifice and peaceful protest resounded with many who have come to seek out “good trouble,” as he so iconically coined the work of human rights activism.  The echo of Congressman Lewis’ life is … Continue reading “Tougaloo College Embraces New Improvements after Student Activists Demand Change” By Levell Williams & Malcolm Walker

All Hands on Deck: Mississippi vs. COVID-19

In 2019, Mississippi ranked lowest in national health status, according to AmericasHealthRankings.org. However, in the era of the COVID-19 coronavirus, there is a chance to help even the odds in health conditions. The order of the day is COVID-19 prevention. And it’s a job for everyone.  Yet, for many this call to action has not … Continue reading All Hands on Deck: Mississippi vs. COVID-19

“I Can’t Breathe”: Three Unforgettable Words that Sparked a Revolution

Over the past few weeks, the U.S. and other countries have all taken part in peaceful protesting to advocate for change within the justice departments across the globe. What exactly sparked this movement? The brutal death of Minneapolis native, George Floyd.  On May 25th of this year, the Minneapolis Police Department arrested Floyd for writing … Continue reading “I Can’t Breathe”: Three Unforgettable Words that Sparked a Revolution

Tougaloo College CARES Act Direct Fund Application

Tougaloo College has been granted access to more than $740,000 in student emergency aid through the CARES Act. Students who have been negatively impact by COVID-19 will be eligible to receive up to $1,500 for education and personal needs. Students with a balance can use this funding to clear past due balances as well as … Continue reading Tougaloo College CARES Act Direct Fund Application

Tougaloo Persists, Despite COVID-19 Setbacks

Along with many institutions of higher learning across the country, Tougaloo College began hosting non-traditional classes on Feb. 23rd in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Most courses and some student organizations have adopted an online format, utilizing discussion posts and video conferences for distance-learning. The Tougaloo Ambassadors and Meritorious Scholars (TAMS) student organization hosted a … Continue reading Tougaloo Persists, Despite COVID-19 Setbacks

Hand washing: The Simple Strategy to Defend Against COVID-19 Coronavirus

The COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic has shaken the United States to its core.  Many grade schools and institutions of higher education alike have moved to strictly online communications.  Grocery and appliance stores have been found barren, leaving millions in search of essentials like toilet paper and food staples.   Amid these constraints, many questions, many are … Continue reading Hand washing: The Simple Strategy to Defend Against COVID-19 Coronavirus

Joan Trumpauer Mulholland, First White Person to Integrate Tougaloo, Will Be in Vicksburg, MS for Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Founders Day Program

Joan Trumpauer Mulholland, American Civil Rights Activist and Freedom Rider, will be the featured speaker at the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Founders Day Program held at the Vicksburg City Auditorium. Hosted by the Vicksburg Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., the event will be held on Sunday, March 15th at 3pm. Tickets … Continue reading Joan Trumpauer Mulholland, First White Person to Integrate Tougaloo, Will Be in Vicksburg, MS for Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Founders Day Program