Hampton University Business Administration Major Moriah Lark was crowned Miss Hampton University 2012-2013 Oct. 5. Lark is from Chicago, Ill. and her platform is "A Voice Within, Determining the Human Equity in You."
"My areas of focus are academics, community service, and an emphasis on personal development," Lark said.
Senior Class President Jasmin Morris addresses her class.
The HU class presidents address their respective classes for the coming year!
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HU NAACP President Austin Hutchinson '13, author and motivational speaker Kemba Smith and HU NAACP member Da'Quan Love '14.
The Hampton University NAACP hosted a voter empowerment rally to help motivate students to register to vote and be active in the Nov. 6 election, that pits President Barack Obama against Governor Mitt Romney. The Sept. 13 rally was in the HU Student Center and included spoken word, voter registration information, and an address by author and motivational speaker Kemba Smith.
HU NAACP member Da'Quan Love '14, who hosted the event, said it was an opportunity to encourage students to use their vote as their voice.
Brett Pulley told students at the 70th Annual Hampton University Opening Convocation, "there is indeed a genius in all of us." Pulley, dean of Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications at HU, was the keynote speaker at the Sept. 30 event, which serves as encouragement for both freshman and robed graduating seniors as they begin the school year.