No Excuses By Any Means

The ability to travel to the other side of the world doesn’t come often, especially for students who attend an HBCU. That’s why, in the summer, when Adonis Warren received the text: “Do you want to come to Africa?” His first reaction was, “Of course!”. Before he knew it, Warren, along with Marcus Nash, Trey Pope, and with 19 other students from across the nation, were hustling through a Liberian airport with foreign smells, unusual accents, and men holding M16s.

If It Wasn’t For You

Sometimes people come into our lives who are tremendously important to us, but we never have a chance to properly thank them. At a recruiting event for his high school, Principal Crook recognized a familiar face. It was his time to say thank you. Dr. Dameion J. Crook is the principal of the Young Men’s Preparatory Academy in fifth-ward. A proud TSU alumni, Crook is also the Graduate/Off-campus Advisor for the Beta Upsilon Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. “Ms. Deborah?” Crook said a