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
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.
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,
LeMoyne-Owen College art students Kim McDowell, Howard Franklin, and Cierra Shelton attended the 9th Annual River Arts Festival, held October 23, 24, and 25 on the Historic South Main Street in downtown Memphis. The street
Terri Lee Freeman will be the keynote speaker for this year’s Annual Fagin Lecture, set for Wed., Nov. 11 at Metropolitan Baptist Church. Freeman has been president of the National Civil Rights Museum since Nov. 2014.