Monthly Archives: November 2015

ATLANTA METROPOLITAN STATE COLLEGE PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH AND AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES REMEMBERED

By Juanita Allen Being a member from a large and loving family of ten siblings, four brothers and six sisters, Terrance Oliver Kelly was born to Ola Mae Kelly and Wesley Kelly on July 13, 1965. He received his Bachelor … Continue reading

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ATLANTA TECHNICAL COLLEGE PRESENTS AN IMPRESSIVE ALTERNATIVE TO A FOUR YEAR COLLEGE PREPARATION FOR FUTURE EMPLOYMENT

By Juanita Allen Atlanta Technical College offers special on the job training experiences that enhances such opportunities for their students.¬†As local companies look to technical schools for new talents in specialized disciplines that are adaptable to their business, students at … Continue reading

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ATLANTA METROPOLITAN STATE COLLEGE ADDRESSES DISTINCTIVE ACADEMIC SERVICES AND CULTURAL NEEDS THROUGH TRIO PROGRAMS

By Juanita Allen TRIO programs at Atlanta Metropolitan State College (AMSC) maintain a strong commitment to academic excellence by providing cultural needs to students of low-income, or first generation college students. The objectives that are set by the U.S. Department … Continue reading

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STUDENTS EMBRACE CAMPUS VISION AND VIEW

By: Juanita Allan Louis Kahn, an American architect, once said a great building begins with the unmeasurable, goes through measurable means when it is being designed, and in the end, remains unmeasurable. This theory deems true for the Atlanta Metropolitan … Continue reading

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