Judiciary Committee Votes To Advance Judge Ketanji Jackson To Full Floor Vote

By Savannah Tribune | April 06, 2022

On Monday, April 4th, 2022, Melanie L. Campbell, President & CEO of the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation (NCBCP) and Convener of the Black Women’s Roundtable (BWR) issued the following statement after the Senate Judiciary committee voted to advance Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Nomination to a full floor vote in the U.S. Senate to serve as the next U.S. … Continue reading “Judiciary Committee Votes To Advance Judge Ketanji Jackson To Full Floor Vote”

Publisher’s Note

By Savannah Tribune | April 06, 2022

Thank You Senators Susan Collins (Maine), Mitt Romney (Utah) and Lisa Murkowski (Alaska) for voting to break the deadlock to Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s nomination to the Supreme Court, discharging it so it can go to the full Senate for a Vote – a first to have happened since 1853 (169 years ago). We at The Savannah Tribune strongly urge … Continue reading “Publisher’s Note”

Grand Opening of SCAD Alum’s Design House

By Savannah Tribune | April 06, 2022

SCAD Alumna Daniette A. Thomas, made history April 3rd, 2022 by opening Savannah’s First Design House. Located at 422 W. 43rd Street, the design house works by servicing men and women with custom design, styling, and creative direction services. It also doubles as an event venue, optimal for weddings, fashion shows, baby showers, networking, and more! For more info visit, … Continue reading “Grand Opening of SCAD Alum’s Design House”

Savannah State Students Win In Global World Trade Center Competition

By Savannah Tribune | April 06, 2022

National Office Systems (NOS), a contract furnishings and interior design firm headquartered in Savannah, in partnership with WorldTrade Center Savannah (WTCSav) honored and presented the winning check to Savannah State University graduate student Sade Shofidiya, for being the global winner of the World Trade Centers Association Foundation (WCTAF) competition. Two Savannah State University students were named the winners of the … Continue reading “Savannah State Students Win In Global World Trade Center Competition”

Savannah Students First In Georgia To Be Introduced To CRISPR & Gene Editing Technology Careers

By Savannah Tribune | April 06, 2022

On Thursday, April 21, 2022, from 1:30 – 2:30 pm at Alfred Ely Beach High School, twenty-five Medical Explorer Post students will participate in CRISPR Classroom’s Meet a Scientist program. In so doing, the Explorers will gain (1) an improved awareness of biotechnology careers, (2) a better understanding of the current possibilities and the problems in the industry, (3) a … Continue reading “Savannah Students First In Georgia To Be Introduced To CRISPR & Gene Editing Technology Careers”

GET READY TO VOTE IN THE MAY 24TH PRIMARY

By Savannah Tribune | April 06, 2022

Do You Plan To Vote By Absentee Ballot For The May 24th Primaries? Applications Will NOT Be Automatically Mailed To You! • Request your Absentee Ballot Application NOW. A Registered Voter, Regardless Of Age Or Disability, Must Request And Submit An Absentee Ballot Application including the required Identification. Applications are available now, and can be submitted March 7 until the … Continue reading “GET READY TO VOTE IN THE MAY 24TH PRIMARY”

The “Blue-Collar Chapter” of Phi Beta Sigma Strikes Again At Its State Conference!

By Savannah Tribune | April 06, 2022

The men of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., Tau Beta Sigma Chapter of Savannah participated in its Joint State Conference that was held in Atlanta, Georgia April 1, 2022, through April 3, 2022. The conference was held jointly with the Fraternity’s constitutionally bounded sorority, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., State of Georgia. The theme of this year’s conference was, “Strengthening … Continue reading “The “Blue-Collar Chapter” of Phi Beta Sigma Strikes Again At Its State Conference!”

Georgia House Adopts Rep. Gilliard’s Legislation to Encourage Creation of Gullah Geechee Heritage Society

By Savannah Tribune | April 06, 2022

State Representative Carl Gilliard (D-Savannah) today announced that the Georgia House of Representatives adopted House Resolution 625, which allows the House to officially encourage the state to establish a Georgia Gullah Geechee Heritage Society. “I am grateful to my colleagues for joining me in sharing their support of this society,” said Rep. Gilliard. “The creation of a Georgia Gullah Geechee … Continue reading “Georgia House Adopts Rep. Gilliard’s Legislation to Encourage Creation of Gullah Geechee Heritage Society”

Savannah State University Obtains $830,000 For New Computer Science Degree Track

By Savannah Tribune | April 06, 2022

Savannah State University has been awarded more than $830,000 from the U.S. Department of Education to offer a new modeling and simulation program (MSP) option within the Computer Science Technology degree program. The MSP aims to build graduates’ computer science credentials, and to increase the number of minority students and women in the computer science field, both of which are … Continue reading “Savannah State University Obtains $830,000 For New Computer Science Degree Track”

Savannah SCORE Presents Business Security & Protection Workshop Series

By Savannah Tribune | April 06, 2022

Savannah SCORE, in partnership with Regions Bank, Bernard Williams & Co Insurance and Seimitsu presents the Business Security and Protection Workshop Series. Small Business owners are invited to participate in this virtual workshop series designed to assist entrepreneurs in protecting their business from fraud, cyber-threats, on-the-job accidents, and proprietary information. The workshops are offered virtually from noon- 1pm and will … Continue reading “Savannah SCORE Presents Business Security & Protection Workshop Series”