Wednesday, July 24, 2024

Full-Coated Support

At Touro University Nevada, a hallowed ceremony welcomes new students to a sacred responsibility. Touro University Nevada (TUN) recently welcomed new students with its annual “White Coat Ceremony,” which was developed to honor entrants as they accept the responsibility of doctor-patient relationships and professionalism within the practice of medicine. As a school that prides itself on diversity, TUN welcomed those students with timeless student-staff […]

ICON-in-Class: A Life Lived Out Loud

September 30, 2012 by  
Filed under Education

Imani Carr is a motivated and driven individual – a young woman who gets what she wants out of life, and loves encouraging others to live up to the best of their abilities. Friends have nothing but praise for Imani’s character, describing her as “loyal,” “thoughtful” and “kind to a fault.” She has a warm and happy aura that can’t help but to spread joy, and is the type of person who will always try to be there for anyone  even if it means putting aside her own problems.

U-CAN: Historical black college recruitment fair coming to Las Vegas

September 4, 2012 by  
Filed under Community, Education

In 1988, educator Dr. Alan Rowe and his wife, Donna, decided to create a movement for black college awareness. Inspired their own son’s attendance at Jackson State University, they established the United College Action Network (U-CAN).

Presidents setting up at Nevada State College

It was almost 10 years ago that Nevada State College opened its doors to those seeking higher education. A decade later, the student body is making history again, with the election of two African-American males — student body president Deuvall Dorsey and vice president Bentley McDonald — to provide leadership on the Henderson campus.

For 12K and Beyond, Back to School Tips for Parents

Dawn Davidson-King, M.Ed., is a special education teacher at Canarelli Middle School and a faculty member of the University of Phoenix. She may be contacted at