Prairie View A&M University

As we approach the close of the spring semester, Prairie View A&M University is mourning the loss of students, Mr. Christopher Chappell and Tristan Houston, who passed away late last week.  Chappell, a junior double major in communications and theater arts was a native of Montgomery, Alabama. Chappell relocated to Houston in 2007, where he …

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Prairie View A&M University has  landed a top spot on the 2017 Peace Corps list of top volunteer-producing Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Ranked No.5, PVAMU has three currently serving volunteers. Established in 1961 by President John F. Kennedy, the Peace Corps sends Americans with a passion for service abroad, on behalf of the United States, …

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2017 Hatitude Tea Party

March 27, 2017
Prairie View A&M University

Yesterday, the Women’s Council and Leadership Service Committee hosted the Hatitude Tea Party. Attended by 300 people, guests engaged in conversation, an etiquette lesson and entertainment. Elma Gonzales, director of multicultural affairs, spearheads the event said, “It was a total success and we had a wonderful time!” During the tea party, there were eight students …

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Men of Color Leadership Institute April 28-29, 2017 Student Government Association at Prairie View A&M University is conducting the first ever Men of Color leadership Institute. The Leadership Institute is centered around addressing issues that concern minority men across America so that we can provide these young collegiate men with a space to discuss various …

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