African-American History Month speaker stresses knowledge of self

African-American History Month speaker stresses knowledge of self

Harriet Tubman said, “To be ignorant of the world around you is slavery; to not want to know of the world around you is death.” Distinguished historian, professor and author Dr. Bobby Lovett stressed Tubman’s words during the 91st Annual African American History Month celebration Feb. 3. Dr. Lovett said this is the month to read something about African-American history.

Air Force clarinet quartet performs

Air Force clarinet quartet performs

The Fine Arts & Humanities Division kicked off the semester with a free concert presented by the United States Air Force Band of Mid-America Liberty Clarinet Quartet. A capacity crowd of students and faculty witnessed the performance, held in the second floor lecture hall, Jan. 21.

Science on Wheels ribbon cutting

Science on Wheels ribbon cutting

Students from area schools can take advantage of a mobile science lab on wheels, thanks to a recent initiative by LeMoyne-Owen College. On Nov. 13, LOC President Andrea Miller, Dr. Sherry Painter, and community partners cut the ribbon for the mobile unit on the college’s dormitory parking lot.  Fifth graders from Cummings Elementary School sporting white lab coats attended the event, surrounded by science majors in the Natural and Mathematical Sciences Division.

Fagin Lecture speaker stresses building civil rights legacy

Fagin Lecture speaker stresses building civil rights legacy

Pick up the mantle of civil rights and build a legacy for the future, Terri Freeman, this year’s Fagin Lecture speaker, told participants who gathered at Metropolitan Baptist Church, Nov. 11.

U.S. Attorney stresses importance of voting

U.S. Attorney stresses importance of voting

Today is Election Day in Memphis, but leading up to the day candidates and others pressed their issues and explained why certain candidates should be elected for particular positions. Mr. LOC, Damou Traore, wanted to remind voters about the importance of voting and how each vote really counts and makes a difference. He coordinated a lecture and panel discussion, entitled "Civic Engagement and Voting:  Being an Educated Voter," Sept. 30, featuring U.S. Attorney Lakendrick Wilson.

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African-American History Month speaker stresses knowledge of self

Harriet Tubman said, “To be ignorant of the world around you is slavery; to not want to know of the world around you is death.” Distinguished historian, professor and author Dr. Bobby Lovett stressed Tubman’s

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The Fine Arts & Humanities Division kicked off the semester with a free concert presented by the United States Air Force Band of Mid-America Liberty Clarinet Quartet. A capacity crowd of students and faculty witnessed

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Science on Wheels ribbon cutting

Students from area schools can take advantage of a mobile science lab on wheels, thanks to a recent initiative by LeMoyne-Owen College. On Nov. 13, LOC President Andrea Miller, Dr. Sherry Painter, and community partners cut the ribbon for

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Fagin Lecture speaker stresses building civil rights legacy

Pick up the mantle of civil rights and build a legacy for the future, Terri Freeman, this year’s Fagin Lecture speaker, told participants who gathered at Metropolitan Baptist Church, Nov. 11.

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Carter High Film Screening on Campus

Arthur Muhammad, director of the new movie Carter High, introduced the screening of a film he hopes will inspire young people to make smart choices. A capacity crowd of LOC and Hollis F. Price students,

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