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Bonus! Review of Well-Read Black Girl and If Beale Street Could Talk
I’ve been thinking a lot about service lately; more specifically, I’ve been thinking about how people serve their communities in ways that ring true to them and are impactful. While there are things that we do that we can easily … Continue reading
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Google University Access Program goes live!
http://google-africa.blogspot.com/ In today’s academic environment, the value of a computer lab not connected to the Internet is negligible. Faculty and students must be connected with the research community in order to contribute to and benefit from it. Much of the … Continue reading
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