Joy G. Kinard has been selected as Superintendent of the Charles Young Buffalo Soldiers National Monument (Charles Young) in Wilberforce, Ohio. Central District Manager of National Capital Parks- East since September 2011, Kinard will begin her new assignment in late-February.
Livingstone College graduate and former basketball standout Mark Thomas made history Friday by becoming the first student-athlete from an HBCU to receive an NCAA Today’s Top 10 Award in the award’s 42-year history.
The fall semester began at Livingstone College on Aug. 20, but Samiydah Dy’Meen Kearney began working long before that.
That’s because before the academic year began, Kearney collected pencils, notepads and other supplies — and services — for Salisbury school children. She did it under the student organization Women with Curls, which she founded a year ago.
“Celebrating Women of Character, Courage and Commitment” was the National Theme for the 2014 Women in History. Livingstone College hosted the Katharine W. Osborne Women in History Brunch in the William J. Trent Gymnasium to 180 women and men on Friday, March 21, 2014. Guest speaker for the event was bestselling author Lutishia Lovely.