Tickets: http://famuhowardweekend-aru.eventbrite.com/ Thursday, October 4 HAPPY HOUR KICKOFF: An unforgettable kickoff happy hour at The Park at Fourteenth. This event will be hosted by 50 Florida A&M University and Howard University alumni. The happy hour kickoff will be sponsored by popular spirits companies Moet Hennessy USA and feature food & drink specials. Friday, October 5 […]
First and foremost let me say this… “This ain’t no doctoral dissertation or no scholarly journal. I’m just gonna keep it real! And tell the story as an HBCU alumni would tell it.”
“It should come as no surprise that our students go on to hold high-ranking positions, including elected positions.I believe it is important that everyone realizes that FAMU is and has always been in the business of making leaders for our community.”
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University was founded as the State Normal College for Colored Students, and on October 3, 1887, it began classes with fifteen students and two instructors. Today, FAMU, as it has become affectionately known, is the premiere school among historically black colleges and universities.
“Elsa’s Procession to the Cathedral” – In Tribute to Dr. William P. Foster.
Members from four Historically Black Colleges and Universities(HBCU’s)alumni chapters set aside school rivalries, in the name of giving recently, if only for a day. FAMU pitched in with Bethune Cookman while Morehouse worked alongside Hampton during their annual Turkey basket give-away.
Florida A&M University freshman, Ralph Jones Jr., a 16 year old from Atlanta, Ga. turned down prominent Ivy League institutions such as Harvard to become a Rattler.
Coming into this game Florida A & M had just come off of a monstrous win over Howard University just last week (50 – 7), to top that off, FAMU Alum and Celebrity Movie Producer Will Packer flipped the coin to welcome Tennessee State to Atlanta.