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Education

The Best Way to Pay for College

Posted  August 20, 2012  by  WHUT Howard University Television

PBS NewsHour business and economics correspondent Paul Solman is now answering questions from Next Avenue visitors about personal finances, business and the economy. His advice will appear on Next Avenue as well as Solman’s PBSNewsHour blog, Making Sen$e With Paul Solman,  and the Rundown, NewsHour’s blog of news and insight. PBS NewsHour is an hour-long television news program and accompanying […]

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Health & Wellness

How You Can Survive the 2013 Flu Epidemic

Posted  January 22, 2013  by  WHUT Howard University Television

It’s the worst flu season in years, but people over 50 can still take action to protect themselves By Andrea King Collier | January 16, 2013 It’s official: The United States is experiencing a flu epidemic, the worst in several years. According to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, at least 20 children […]

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New Episode! New View With Ed Gordon, Featuring Roslyn M. Brock – Watch Here!

Posted  March 28, 2015  by  WHUT Howard University Television

One on one with guest Roslyn M. Brock, Chairman of the National Board of Directors for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). Panel topics will include Race in America Immigrant Education Net Neutrality Millennials Sports Discussion on NCAA Pay? A Dangerous Game The N Word

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Programming

Watch the latest episode of Vocal Point here!

Posted  September 29, 2014  by  WHUT Howard University Television

Sickle Cell: Living It, Treating It, Curing It Sickle cell and kidney disease, serious conditions that disproportionally impact people of color, especially those of African descent.  On the next vocal point we will look at the latest developments in treatments for these two critical diseases.

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