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Howard University Sesquicentennial

  1. Howard University 150th Essay Contest Winner

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  2. LeDroit Park Health Fair

    Get a recap of one of our sponsored events.

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  3. A Legacy of Protest and Struggle for Progress

  4. The Time is Always Now

    Celebrating 150 Years of Excellence in Truth & Service.

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  5. A Message from President Frederick

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  6. Telling our Story

    Read about our continuing legacy in the Howard Magazine.

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  7. Celebrate Howard’s Past, Present and Future

    As we reflect on our storied past, we're planning for the future.

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150 Years of Excellence in Truth & Service
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No. 82

Fact of the Day

Dr. Numa P. G. Adams

Alumnus Dr. Numa P..G. Adams (A.B. magna cum laude 1911)  was the first African American Dean of the Howard University College of Medicine. He served as dean of the Medical School from 1929-1940. 

Numa P.G. Adams, M.D.


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May 10, 2017 • Article

Perseverance: A Story of Strength, Courage and Excellence

  Life has taught Kiana Knolland that she must “boldly and confidently occupy any space that you find yourself in.” The 21-year-old native of Wichita, Kansas, will graduate with cum laude honors from Howard University’s Cathy Hughes School of Comm

April 14, 2017 • Article

Howard University 150th Essay Contest Winner

In 2017, Howard University celebrates its 150th anniversary. The Sesquicentennial celebration will recognize the historic milestones, achievements, and the positive impact the University has had since its founding in 1867.

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