Women’s Tennis Wins Two Matches at Mercer

By | October 12, 2016

The Savannah State University women’s tennis picked up two wins at the Mercer Invitational Saturday. Junior Jennyfer Vivas defeated Laura Cocoma of Middle Georgia State 6-4, 6-4 in the first round in Draw D, but fell to Melissa Goodman of Emory 6-0, 6-2 in the second round. Freshman Lili Morgan Pastore defeated Dominique Henry of Florida A&M due to retired … Continue reading “Women’s Tennis Wins Two Matches at Mercer”

Hillary Clinton Statement on Hurricane Matthew Aftermath

By | October 12, 2016

As the Southeast addresses the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, which killed at least 26 Americans and caused damage in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Virginia, Hillary Clinton issued the following statement: “In times of crisis, Americans come together to support each other. That’s what we need to do now, as North Carolina continues to grapple with dangerous floods, … Continue reading “Hillary Clinton Statement on Hurricane Matthew Aftermath”

Change Your Water…Change Your Life!

By | October 12, 2016

Ionized alkalized Kangen Water® can help you get your daily water quota. Why Should You Drink Water? You have probably heard that water makes up over 70% of the body, right? Water is part of all body fluids and is vital to the proper function of the body’s organ systems. It should be obvious then that the quality of the … Continue reading “Change Your Water…Change Your Life!”

Nation’s Students Help First Lady Pick Final Harvest

By | October 12, 2016

First lady Michelle Obama, surrounded by 20 kids from across the nation she had invited to help her with her final harvest, made one thing crystal clear – she wants the elaborate “Kitchen Garden” she established to promote better eating to remain long after she and President Barack Obama have left the White House. To that end, Obama announced last … Continue reading “Nation’s Students Help First Lady Pick Final Harvest”

School Gets New Name after Media Mogul Donates $4 Million to Howard University

By | October 12, 2016

Howard University’s School of Communications, which has produced more black journalists than any school in the nation, will be renamed the Cathy Hughes School of Communications after receiving $4 million from the former faculty member and one of the most successful women in the media business. While Howard will receive the entire amount, it will only be able to use … Continue reading “School Gets New Name after Media Mogul Donates $4 Million to Howard University”

Kroger Donates Water to Those Affected by Hurricane Matthew, Savannah-area Customers Asked to “Round-Up”

By | October 12, 2016

Kroger’s Atlanta Division will be donating multiple tractor trailers full of bottled water to the American Red Cross in order to help those affected by Hurricane Matthew, which ripped through coastal Georgia. “It is times like these that communities band together to rebuild lives and homes,” says Esther Sheppard, executive director, Southeast and Coastal Georgia American Red Cross. “There is … Continue reading “Kroger Donates Water to Those Affected by Hurricane Matthew, Savannah-area Customers Asked to “Round-Up””

DNC Partners With The NNPA To Reach Black Voters

By | October 12, 2016

On Thursday, October 6, the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA), the nation’s largest trade association of African American-owned newspapers and media companies, announced that the Democratic National Committee (DNC) has planned a national advertising campaign with the trade group to reach Black voters. “This is our first national ad buy, this year, with one of the two major political parties,” … Continue reading “DNC Partners With The NNPA To Reach Black Voters”

United Way Of The Coastal Empire Is Set To Help The Local Disaster Efforts

By | October 12, 2016

United Way of the Coastal Empire is set to help local efforts of its funded agencies who are on the front lines of disaster response of Hurricane Matthew and provide assistance to victims affected by the disaster. Donations will be accepted to support response and recovery efforts related to the disaster. United Way will provide financial support to its funded … Continue reading “United Way Of The Coastal Empire Is Set To Help The Local Disaster Efforts”

Presidential Debate: Nation’s Moviegoers Laugh and Applaud. But It’s Not a Film

By | October 12, 2016

Inside one of the theaters at the Regal Cinema movie complex in Washington’s Gallery Place/ Chinatown, the audience of mostly millennial’s sat in one of the darkened theaters and laughed loudly at the dialogue and pictures on the big screen. But it wasn’t a film that had the audience chuckling. It was the presidential debate. They were part of the … Continue reading “Presidential Debate: Nation’s Moviegoers Laugh and Applaud. But It’s Not a Film”

Hurricane Matthew Rips Through Savannah And Southeast Coast

By | October 12, 2016

Hurricane Matthew was an extremely powerful, long-lived and deadly tropical cyclone which became the first Category 5 Atlantic hurricane since Hurricane Felix in 2007. The fifth hurricane and second major hurricane of the active 2016 Atlantic hurricane season, Matthew was a long-lasting tropical cyclone that wrought widespread destruction and catastrophic loss of life during its journey across the Western Atlantic, … Continue reading “Hurricane Matthew Rips Through Savannah And Southeast Coast”