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Twin Sisters from XULA at UMass MD/Ph.D. Program

Twin Sisters from XULA at UMass MD/Ph.D. Program

Asia and Ashley Matthew during their UMass white coat ceremony Xavier University of Louisiana, located in New Orleans continues to be grounded in its tradition of academic excellence.  On May 12, 2012, 550 graduates were awarded degrees during Xavier’s 85th annual commencement at the Kiefer Lakefront Arena. Xerox chairman and chief executive officer Ursula Burns, […]

Rochelle Ballantyne - 1st Black Female Chess Master?

Rochelle Ballantyne – 1st Black Female Chess Master?

Rochelle Ballantyne – Will she become the first Black-American female chess master? Photo courtesy of Grant Cornett Rochelle Ballantyne, an 18-year-old and recent graduate of Intermediate School 318 (I.S. 318) middle school in Brooklyn is not in the same league as Bobby Fischer, Magnus Carlsen, Vishwanath Anand or Boris Gelfand. But, at the level of […]

Twin Sisters from XULA at UMass MD/Ph.D. Program
Twin Sisters from XULA at UMass MD/Ph.D. Program

Asia and Ashley Matthew during their UMass white coat ceremony Xavier University of Louisiana, located in New Orleans continues to be grounded in its tradition of academic excellence.  On May 12, 2012, 550 graduates were awarded degrees during Xavier’s 85th annual commencement at the Kiefer Lakefront Arena. Xerox chairman and chief executive officer Ursula Burns, […]

Rhiana Gunn-Wright – Englewood’s Rhodes Scholar
Rhiana Gunn-Wright – Englewood's Rhodes Scholar

Rhiana Gunn-Wright – From Chicago’s Englewood to Rhodes Scholar. Gunn-Wright who now lives in Oak Lawn, Illinois graduated from Yale in 2011 with majors in African American studies and women’s gender and sexuality studies. On Saturday, November 17, 2012, the American Rhodes Scholar organization announced its Class of 2013. They were selected from a pool […]

Rochelle Ballantyne – 1st Black Female Chess Master?
Rochelle Ballantyne - 1st Black Female Chess Master?

Rochelle Ballantyne – Will she become the first Black-American female chess master? Photo courtesy of Grant Cornett Rochelle Ballantyne, an 18-year-old and recent graduate of Intermediate School 318 (I.S. 318) middle school in Brooklyn is not in the same league as Bobby Fischer, Magnus Carlsen, Vishwanath Anand or Boris Gelfand. But, at the level of […]

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