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Ashley Nelson, Author at Between Classes Magazine
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Ashley Nelson

Hello, my name is Ashley Nelson. I am a junior at the illustrious Clark Atlanta University. Currently studying Mass Media Arts with a concentration in print journalism and a minor in creative writing, I will be covering the events held here in Atlanta during my matriculation. This is the first step in launching my career, so thank you in advance. Hope you all enjoy.

North Carolina reclaim their title from Grambling State

Making History: The Perfect Season For The Perfect Team Story by Ashley Nelson Photos by Toby “Buddy” Scott All photos @ https://www.flickr.com/photos/98644499@N06/albums/72157691152558665/with/39092812582/   “There’s history. If you do not study history, you will make many mistakes. Go out there and have fun. Let the chips fall where they lay,” Greg Lloyd, Black College Hall of Fame Class of 2018.         …

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Be Fearless, Be Confident, Be You!

Eva Marcille sat down with Sheen Magazine, Sammi Haynes, at this year’s Natural Hair and Health Expo in Birmingham, Alabama. With the goal to educate women of color to pursue their hopes and dreams fearlessly and creatively, Sheen Magazine wants to take people of color to the next level. The American Next Top Model wanted women in her workshop class …

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Mental Health of Female Athletes

Fox Sports News recently released a story about mental health issues among collegiate female student athletes. Apparently, mental health has been the number one health and safety concern in the NCAA since 2013. According to the NCAA, physical and mental health are two sides of the same coin. When a physical problem occurs, they often have a psychological or emotional …

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“Ol School vs Nu School”

  This year 13th Annual Honda Battle of the Bands provided an “Ol School” vs “Nu School” flare to its already preexisting theme “March On” this past weekend at the Georgia Dome in ATL, Ga. It was clear; “Ol School” dominated the Dome this year. With DJ Skillz representing for “Ol School”, 26 and over, he kept the entire crowd …

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UT Tough Win Over Eckerd

The University of Tampa Spartans scored their first big win of the SSC against Eckerd College Tritons. This was the Tritons first loss of the conference, suffering a tough loss 73-71. In a back and forth affair, the Spartans came out on top. With an assist from Jerrick Stevenson, Ray Darnell scores the first two points of the game for …

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Knights claims victory over the Spartans

Lynn University (8-2) reins victors over the University of Tampa (6-5) in the Sunshine State Conference for men’s basketball team held Saturday afternoon at the Bob Martinez athletic center. A tough loss for UT, the game resulted in a 6 point loss with a final score of 69-63. Palve Raickovic led Lynn University’s men’s basketball team in scoring with a …

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Jay hawks claim victory ! 63-60

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — What a great end to what was billed as an outstanding night of basketball. The 13th ranked University of Utah Utes traveled to face the 10th ranked University of Kansas Jay hawks. The Utes won the tip and Delon Wright went to work helping his team gain a 12-6 lead. The Jay hawks called a much needed …

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Georgia Southern Eagles win again

STATESBORO, Ga. — Georgia Southern Eagles showed an outstanding football program this past Thursday against Troy University Trojans. The Trojans defense discovered just how well the Eagles run the ball. Nine Eagles touched the ball, racking up a combined total of 421 yards and six touchdowns. Kevin Ellison started the scoring by following his blockers 63 yards for an easy …

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CAU Claims Victory in a 4th Quarter Comeback

What a slow start for the first home of the season as Clark Atlanta University Panthers takes on Lane College Dragons. Coming from a loss on the road, the home team struggled in the first half of the game with three turnovers and the inability to score during the five times they were in scoring position. Luckily for them, neither …

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