Senator Royce West

If you’re familiar with the Langston Hughes poem, Mother to Son, you’ll recognize the phrase, “Life for me ain’t been no crystal stair.” The College of Juvenile Justice and Psychology will host an event that explores a similar theme through the scope of juvenile crime and mental health. The 2014 Royce West Forum and Lecture …

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Priscilla Barbour

Priscilla Barbour, a senior political science major, has been named a 2014 HBCU All-Star by the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities. She is one of 75 HBCU students selected for the WHIHBCU’s first class of All-Stars. Barbour serves as the Student Government Association president and plays an active role in political …

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Yasmin Arzola

The PVAMU community is mourning the loss of student Yasmin Arzola, who passed away on Friday, January 31. Arzola, 26, was a student in the College of Agriculture and Human Sciences and was studying to become a dietician. She was a wife and mother of a son and daughter. “Yasmin was a mother to two …

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Funding from the National Science Foundation will aid Prairie View A&M University in increasing the number of underrepresented graduate students who transition to faculty positions in energy and sustainability. The funding is in partnership with other institutions in the Texas A&M University System who will join with PVAMU to create a system-wide alliance to reach …

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OKAT program mug

Thanks to a partnership with the PVAMU College of Agriculture and Human Sciences, students from DeSoto Independent School District had the opportunity to participate in the recent Fort Worth Livestock Show and Rodeo. CAHS and DeSoto ISD have joined forces to create the One Kid at a Time (OKAT) program. The initiative provides participants with …

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