In front of a packed studio audience consisting of top HBCU students, school presidents, HCASC alumni and Honda associates, Spelman College took home the championship title and a $75,000 institutional grant at the 30th annual Honda Campus All-Star Challenge National Championship Tournament, America’s premier academic competition for HBCUs.
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AUC Hosts Mural Unveiling Ceremony, Artist Talk to Celebrate Installation of Its ‘Off the Wall' Mural
Atlanta University Center institutions joined local arts organization WonderRoot to host a mural unveiling ceremony and artist talk with popular muralist Muhammad Yungai to celebrate the installation of the AUC’s ‘Helping Hands’ mural.
Ronald A. Johnson and and Valerie Montgomery Rice provide insights on how a strong American workforce needs the brain trust developed by historically Black colleges and universities.
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