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  • The Road To Destiney

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    by Maya Brown From growing up in a small Alabama town where the population was less than 15,000 residents and held very few opportunities for African-Americans to become the campus queen at the fourth-largest HBCU in the nation, Destiney Lawrence has made quite the transition. “Fairhope, Alabama, was very slow-paced and family oriented,” Lawrence says.

  • Music management phenom grateful for his JSU roots

    Music management phenom grateful for his JSU roots1

    by Rachel James – Terry Whether it’s hobnobbing with the music industry’s elite, attending star-studded events or being named to Billboard’s 40 Under 40 Power Player’s list, for many, JSU alum Cortez Bryant is living the dream. Serving as co-CEO and co-founder of the highly influential artist management firm The Blue Print Group, Bryant, along

  • JSU Saved My Life

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    by Rachel James – Terry A 10-year-old Augustine Emuwa is in another random Chicago city shelter. It’s number five or six of one too many he’s called home in his short life. The only other thing contending with his shelter record is the number of elementary schools he’s attended – eight – and he rattles



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