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  • Coach Lewis’ fitness camp teaches healthy living

    For the past few weeks, Alcorn State’s Administrative Assistant and Research Coordinator Kimberly Buie’s two children, RaKeem, 8, and Kennedy, 7, have learned the importance of being in great physical shape and becoming more sociable while attending Alcorn’s summer fitness camp.

  • Remembering professor of education Dr. Edward Vaughn

    The Alcorn family lost longtime educator Dr. Edward Vaughn Saturday, July 19. Vaughn was a professor in the School of Education and Psychology and former dean of the College for Excellence at the University. He also served as treasurer on the Board of Directors for the Wesley Foundation.

  • Minority Landowner Magazine to feature Alcorn Extension’s Farmer of the Year

    Reverend White pictured at the 2014 Small Farmers Conference.

    This summer, Minority Landowner magazine will publish its 6th annual “Farmers of the Year” edition. This issue will feature minority farmers from across the nation selected by universities, community-based organizations, USDA agencies, and other state agriculture and forestry agencies.

  • Alcorn student receives young farmers and ranchers scholarship

    When Sophomore Rodrick Patterson Jr. applied for a scholarship for young farmers during this past spring semester, he knew that he was headed in the right direction.