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April 22, 2009
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The NCCU Year in Pictures Archives 1999-2005


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  • March 25
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  • Best Teachers Special: TBA


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    Black males struggle at HBCUs

    National six-year graduation rate at 29 percent [Go to article]


    Morial to speak to grads

    Urban League prez, May 16 [Go to article]


    Symposium honors women

    Achievements in liberal arts celebrated at NCCU [Go to article]





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    goldwater scholarship recognized as most prestigious for science undergraduates [read]


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    NCCU tags Levelle Moton A basketball's next head coach [read]


    David Banner
    A&E

    Banner encourgaes students to step up and lead [read]


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