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ECSU Student Civic Engagement Ramping up for 2020 Elections – GDN Exclusive “A Call to Colors” Vol. II Part XV

Ramsey proudly touts what the campus NAACP does in promoting voting and voter registration drives at the beginning of the school year. “There were voter registration forms in students’ welcome packets…,” she says,” …as well as tables setup in our promenade area, cafeteria and residence hall.” ECSU also had a candidates’ rally at the Mickey L. Burnham Fine Arts Center, where candidates came to answer questions about how their election would further help the community. Turnout for that event was “really good,” Ramsey says.


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Graduate Gives to Her Alma Mater, Awarding Scholarships to HBCU-Bound Students

McClendon presented eight seniors with the scholarship during the Senior Recognition Awards Program at Cleveland Heights…

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Woman Who Called Michelle Obama an Ape is Going to Prison for FEMA Fraud

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