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  • Alcorn State crowned Black College Champions

    The Alcorn State University Braves football team’s season just keeps getting better.

    The Braves have been named the BOXTOROW Historically Black College and University (HBCU) and the Heritage Sports Radio Network Black College Football National Champions for 2014. This accomplishment came two days after the Braves defeated the Southern University Jaguars 38-24 in the Southwestern Athletic Conference Championship (SWAC) Game on Saturday in Houston, Texas.

  • From Alcorn with Love: Giving matters

    Alcorn State University’s student volunteers in the Division of Marketing and Communication spread holiday cheer to the less fortunate every holiday season.

    The students, along with help from the marketing and communication staff, worked with surrounding community leaders including Linda Davis with Entergy to collect toys and donate them to needy families in Vicksburg, Miss. Friday, Dec. 12. Vice President for Marketing and Communication Clara Ross Stamps was impressed with the students’ eagerness to lend a helping hand to those in need.

  • Houston Honors a success during SWAC Championship weekend

    Along with being honored for their success in business, philanthropy and professional achievement, esteemed Alcorn State University alumni donated funds to a worthy cause in Houston, Texas.

    Several Alcorn alum and various corporations were presented awards for their contributions to the university at the 2014 Houston Honors Ceremony and Fundraising Reception Friday, Dec. 5 at the Sheraton Suites Galleria Ballroom.

  • Alcorn family helps the needy for the holidays

    The Alcorn State University family is making cheerful holiday giving one of their top priorities.

    The Student Government Association showed their generosity by donating 150 packs that included toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, lotion, soap and wet wipes to Star of Hope Mission, a shelter located in Houston, Texas. The SGA also donated clothing and blankets to the shelter upon their arrival in Houston on Friday, Dec. 5. SGA President Zackeus Johnson felt honored to assist in bring smiles to the faces of the less fortunate.