HU Fashion Show Features Celebrity Guests from VH1Hampton, Va.— The Hampton University Department of Fine and Performing Arts presents HU Rips the Runway: Black Reign 2014 on Saturday, October 11, 2014 . It will take place on campus in Armstrong Hall’s Little Theatre at 4 P.M. and 8 P.M. This fashion show, Love and Fashion, will feature celebrity guest and designer Erica Dixon and O’Shea The Model from VH1's Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta . HU Department of Fine and Performing Arts will showcase national and regional professional designers and retailers. In addition to focusing on fashion, this event will give HU students exposure to the areas of the industry including entrepreneurship, merchandising, photography, hair, and make-up. Featured designers and retailers include: Saint Chic by Gingie McLoud, Claude Michelle, Aaron Handy, Marquette, Tashii Couture , Christian Wellington, Shakina Owens, Jennifer Carpentier, Deanna DeMonch, Styles by Chimere, Mikasa LaCharles, Laced SD, …
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Hampton, Va. - Hampton University welcomes Jarrett L. Carter Sr., founding editor of HBCUDigest.com, to present the keynote address at the 72 nd Annual Opening Convocation on Sunday Sept. 28. Opening Convocation will be held in Ogden Hall and will begin at 10:45 a.m. The event is free and open to the public.
The Hampton University School of Nursing (HUSON) was selected as one of only 100 schools of nursing in the nation to receive funding to initiate annual White Coat Ceremonies for its students. The ceremonies are designed to instill a commitment to providing compassionate care among future health professionals, and are customary for medicine, pharmacy and physical therapy professions.
(HAMPTON, Va., September 8, 2014) – In a continuing effort to enhance environmental research and teaching, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today announced a commitment to continue a partnership with Hampton University, Norfolk State University and the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality.
Hampton, Va. - Democrat U.S. Senator Mark Warner has a 25-point lead in the race for the Virginia United States Senate seat over former Republican National Committee Chairman and Republican Candidate Ed Gillespie, and, Libertarian Robert Sarvis, according to a Hampton University Center for Public Policy poll released today. In a two-way ballot test, Warner’s lead is slightly reduced, but still significant, leading 23 points ahead of Gillespie.
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