Mentor of the Month – Jordan McBride

April 16, 2014 by admin

Jordan McBride, a senior marketing major at NCCU, has been involved as a mentor with Movement of Youth for three months now. He believed that by becoming a part of the mentor program, he could give back the knowledge he gained on his own when growing up. “I did not have anyone guiding me, and…Read More

Inestin Petit-Homme’s Finalist Spot in the Sidney Lanier Creative Writing Competition.

April 7, 2014 by admin

Inestin Petit-Homme was selected as finalist in the Sidney Lanier Creative Writing Competition after submitting a short-story that he wrote. The competition, hosted by Mercer University offers a $20,000 to the most creative short story. This money is given to student in increments of $5,000 per year, to help with the cost of college tuition….Read More

Alayah Glenn’s induction into the Order of the Golden Fleece

April 7, 2014 by admin

Congratulations to Alayah Glenn on her induction into The Order of the Golden Fleece! Glenn, a senior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, was inducted into the prestigious organization on March 21st. Founded in 1904, the Order of the Golden Fleece is the university’s oldest and highest honorary society. Those eligible for…Read More

Braxton and Carrington Smith: Bowling Pros

April 7, 2014 by admin

Siblings Braxton and Carrington Smith are “striking” out their competition! The competitive bowlers have recently earned their highest game scores ever in their eight-year career. Carrington has a high game of 224 and Braxton has a high game of 255. Of course, it was no easy feat! Carrington said, “[Competitions] can be nerve racking. There…Read More