Hampton University to Give Displaced Bahamian Students One More Free SemesterHAMPTON, Va. (November 7, 2019) – On Halloween night, the displaced Bahamian students who currently attend Hampton University from the University of the Bahamas – North campus for the fall 2019 semester, received quite a treat. Hampton’s President, Dr. William R. Harvey, made an announcement to the students that they will be able to return to Hampton University next semester – free of charge. “Thankfulness is a virtue and every single one of you who I’ve talked with appears to be so thankful for what we have done,” Dr. Harvey said. “I’m going to issue a blanket order that those of you who are in good standing, academically and socially, I’m going to let you come back another semester, under the same auspices. Room, board, and tuition. Free.” The students from the University of the Bahamas- North campus have acclimated to Hampton University life very well. Several offices on campus, such as the International Office, …
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HAMPTON, Va. (December 6, 2019) – Thursday, October 31 st was Hampton University graduating Senior, Andre Jones’ 21 st birthday and was conflicted on how to celebrate, so he decided to give the ultimate gift of giving – giving back to his community. Jones invited 10 minority men from the Minority Achievement Committee (MAC) Scholars program at Calvert High School and took them shopping for suits. The purpose of purchasing suits for …
HAMPTON, Va. (December 6, 2019) – The Hampton University School of Liberal Arts and Education held its Fourth Annual Film Festival, November 12-14. This year’s theme was “A Seat at The Table: Hampton to Hollywood, Nollywood and Beyond,” where speakers shared their expert knowledge on the topic. There were also film screenings, mic sessions and a panel discussion on how to secure a career in the film and television industry.
HAMPTON, Va. (December 5, 2019) – The sound of Christmas music from the Hampton University’s brass ensemble graced the ears of 200 students, faculty and staff during the 36 th annual tree lighting ceremony. Smells of fresh Christmas cookies lingered with the view of red and green lights, with ornaments donning the Hampton University’s Christmas tree, to celebrate the season to give thanks.
ORANGE COUNTY, Ca. (December 3, 2019) – Hampton University alumna Dr. Ebonie Vincent is starring in a new TLC show entitled, “My Feet Are Killing Me.” Dr. Vincent is a highly trained foot and ankle surgeon in Orange County, Ca. The show follows Dr. Vincent and another doctor as they tackle everything from wart clusters and fungus, to toe amputations and foot reconstructions.
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