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Education

The American Graduate Fellowship! Interested in journalism, media production, digital technology?

Posted  April 15, 2015  by  WHUT Howard University Television

If so, consider applying to the American Graduate Fellowship! WHUT is seeking Howard University students with creative and critical thinking skills who have a desire to mentor and inspire middle and high school students to succeed in school. For more information, please email Ivana Jackson at Ivana@whut.org. Visit whut.org/americangraduatefellowship to apply.  Or use the form […]

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Arts & Culture

What Next: Violence in the Media

Posted  January 2, 2013  by  WHUT Howard University Television

Is there a consensus about violent media and violent behavior? How should parents respond to what their children see? An in-depth analysis on the culture of violence in the media. Continue Watch What Next: Violence in the Media on PBS. See more from After Newtown.    

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Community

WHUT in the Community: The 2015 YWCA Women of Distinction Awards Gala

Posted  June 30, 2015  by  WHUT Howard University Television

Watch highlights of the 2015 YWCA Women of Distinction Awards Gala, featuring Dr. Bernice Johnson Reagon and Linda Sarsour.  Hosted by Anqoinette Crosby of Vocal Point. YWCA USA celebrated the incredible achievements of extraordinary leaders who serve as role models for women and girls at the Women of Distinction Awards Gala on June 5, at 6 pm at […]

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Education

Student Loans Are Threatening Older Americans’ Ability to Retire

Posted  June 19, 2012  by  WHUT Howard University Television

Former California state government worker Thomas Villalobos, 66, who is currently unemployed, never thought he’d be nearing retirement and still paying off his student loan. But that’s exactly what has happened to him. Villalobos, of Loma Rica, Calif., borrowed $12,000 to attend law school back in 1976. Since then, he has sometimes had to defer […]

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