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    Dillard Nurse, Author, Entrepreneur Corey Harris PDF Print E-mail
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    A nurse, an entreprenuer and now a published poet -former Dillard nursing student Corey Harris shares his many talents with youth all across the country through speaking engagements, readings and entrepreneurial events. Currently, he is celebrating the release of his new poetry book "Poetic Pleasures and Treasures". Congratulations!

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    April 6 Events at Dillard University PDF Print E-mail
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    On Saturday, April 6, 2013 Dillard University will host a series of important and exciting events. Beginning with the return of the Family Health & Sports Festival hosted by the Office of Community Relations, the campus will also be home to the new International Arts & Music Festival, hosted by the Office of International Students & Study Abroad Programs. Finally, Dillard Theater celebrates 77 years with its production of "Dreamgirls", directed by Troy R. Poplous.

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    Dillard President Discusses Affordability of Higher Education PDF Print E-mail
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    Dillard President Dr. Walter Kimbrough discusses the challenges with affording higher education with HBCU Digest, on Dr. Kimbrough shares how Dillard is working diligently to reach out to alumni and key supporters of higher education in asking for their help to make university attainable for future students. 

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    Dillard Alumna, Educator Marie Jones PDF Print E-mail
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    Dillard alumna Ms. Marie Jones leaves us. An educator, trailblazer and example of strength, the New Orleans native helped teach children with special needs and fought for equal pay for African American educators. Jones started her career at Valena C. Jones Elementary School, where she was a teacher and, for three years, an assistant principal. Jones taught recent Dillard guest speaker Andrew Young, who went on to become a leader of the civil-rights movement, a member of Congress, the mayor of Atlanta and the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. She also taught at Dillard and St. Mary's Dominican College, and she closed out her career as principal of McDonogh No. 24 (now Benjamin Banneker) Elementary School for 17 years. ...god bless.

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    Dillard Alumnus Stars in Major Blockbuster PDF Print E-mail
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    Dillard alumnus Evan Cleaver has got some serious moves. The former basketball player and theater major recently landed a part in the new Stephanie Meyer film, "The Host" which opens on Friday, March 29, 2013. Evan was a star point guard at Center High School and earned a scholarship to Dillard University in New Orleans. He became the first student on a basketball scholarship to graduate with a degree in acting.

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