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A Coming Together of Budding Ghanaian Entrepreneurs Living Abroad

      By Dr. Kofi A. Boateng             New York- March 27, 2017                                          In 1969 when Neil Armstrong set foot on the moon he proclaimed those two footprints to be “one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.”  On March 18, 2017 fifteen budding Ghanaian business and social ...

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Suicidal Risks among College Students of African Descent

She arrived to class feeling uneasy and out of place. Usually confident in her abilities, Abiba, a sophomore at a local university began to experience heart palpitations, headaches and difficulty getting out of bed in the morning. Dragging herself to class this particular day was especially difficult since she failed ...

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The University of Connecticut’s African Students’ Association and Codewine Entertainment have teamed up to bring you MR. EAZI LIVE in concert! Following the concert, there will immediately be an AFTER PARTY to celebrate. This is the ONLY place to be on March 24th! Tickets are available on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/uconn-asa-x-codewine-present-mr-eazi-tickets-32299663162?aff=es2 Watch ...

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Blizzard rolls into northeast U.S.; flights canceled, schools shut

Snow began blanketing northeastern United States on Tuesday as a winter storm packing blizzard conditions rolled into the region, prompting public officials to ask people to stay home while airlines grounded flights and schools canceled classes. The National Weather Service issued blizzard warnings for parts of eight states including New ...

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