Melo’s appointment to director marks the first time in the Clarendon Scholars program’s 18-year history that it will be run by an alum.
Florence Price was told she had no place in classical music as an African American woman. But against the many odds present in her day and field, the musical pioneer created a space for herself.
A former art teacher from Chicago, Klamesha Richards discovered a knack for serving college students while pursuing her master’s in intercultural studies. Now she’s the Fulton Hall resident director and champion for diversity on campus.
It’s National Hispanic Heritage Month—a time to recognize the contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans in the United States, and to celebrate the group’s heritage and culture. In honor of the occasion, Gordon’s Multicultural Initiatives Office (MIO) has designated this week… Read More