HU Poll: Presidential Candidates in a Statistical Dead Heat among VirginiansHampton, VA - If the Presidential election were held today the presumptive nominees running for President would be locked in a statistical dead heat with Virginia voters. That’s the statistical word from the prestigious Hampton University Center for Public Policy Statewide Survey of 805 likely voters. This new poll also gauged Virginia voters concerns about several hot issues that are being discussed across America that each candidate has also expressed their plans to tackle once in office; including terrorism/ ISIS, gun control, immigration, candidate favorability and more. With respect to gun control, about half of Virginians (52.8%) think that there should be a federal ban on automatic rifles. Among Virginians who think automatic rifles should be banned, 65.7% also believe there should be a ban on semi-automatic rifles. Plus, there is support for increasing regulations for gun purchases (60.8%). Q13. Do you …
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Hampton University alumnus Bernard Coleman is making great strides for diversity in the 2016 presidential election. He has become a key figure in Secretary Hillary Clinton’s campaign attempting to be the solution the plagues corporate America. His historic role as Chief Diversity & Human Resources Officer for “Hillary for America” presidential campaign is reflecting how strongly Secretary Clinton feels about diversity. This position is the first …
Hampton University alumna Bettie Anderson , 73, of Chesapeake, Virginia has been accepted into the Peace Corps and will depart for Botswana on July 30, 2016 to begin training as a health volunteer. Anderson will live and work in a community to support efforts in providing health services to people living with HIV, the elderly, orphans and vulnerable children.
Hampton, Va. - Several middle school students from Hampton City Schools participated in a 2-week program at Hampton University that immersed them in computer science and engineering. During the program that concluded on July 8, students created products using the skills they learning in the various classes provided. Students from Newport News Public Schools are currently participating in the program.
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