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    Dillard Recognized for Giving Back to Community PDF Print E-mail
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    UNCF Ronald KimbroughsDillard University was recognized by HuffingtonPost media for being one of several HBCUs giving back to the community during the holidays. Toy drives by students and staff helped local children have a happier Christmas in New Orleans. Recipients included Ronald McDonald House and Joseph Craig Elementary School.

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    Dillard President Weighs In on Alabama State Presidency PDF Print E-mail
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    Dillard President Dr. Walter Kimbrough is a recent guest columnist with the Montgomery Advertiser and shares his thoughts on the untimely ousting of Alabama State University president, Dr. Joseph Silver. A respected colleague, Dr. Silver was removed from ASU after two short months in office. Dr. Kimbrough offers suggestions on how ASU can move forward to regain its reputation.

    Read the full column here...

    Ariel Mitchell Welcomed on Globetrotters Team PDF Print E-mail
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    Dillard University alumna Ariel Mitchell is a welcomed addition to the Harlem Globetrotters team. In an article in a Pennsylvania publication, Mitchell is featured and showered with accolades from her colleagues. Beyond playing, Mitchell will be active in her support for important causes affecting children. Mitchell is part of an elite group of women who have played for the famous basketball team.

    Read more about Ariel Mitchell here...

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    Director Spike Lee Connects with Dillard Students PDF Print E-mail
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    Spike Lee

    Dillard University is increasingly becoming part of what is known as "Hollywood South". With movie location shoots and student participation, Fair Dillard and it's students are part of the movie making process. Most noteably to use Dillard in this capacity is director Spike Lee.  Lee has involved students in the production of his latest film "Old Boy", including location scouting, and intern opportunities in every aspect of the movie. Students are also involved in helping to keep the set closed, with photos and tweets forbidden.

    Read more about this connection on Diverse Issues in Higher Education...

    Dillard Student Discusses Being Black PDF Print E-mail
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    In an article titled "Black in America: It's not just about the color of your skin", Dillard University student James Bartlett discusses what being black means to him.

    Find the article in the New Pittsburgh Courier

    or in the  Houston Style Magazine

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