The son of two sharecroppers who had six years of education between them, Evans was orphaned by the age of 16. But his parents’ untimely deaths did not prevent them from inspiring their seven children with a message that would send them on paths to great success.
This is an amazing treat. This is the first live video footage of Eldridge Dickey playing football for Tennessee State University.
NFL Hall of Famer Claude Humphrey #75 can be seen on both offense and defense.
The Aristocrat of Bands can also be seen in the video. There is no sound for halftime.
The final score was TSU 14 Ball St. 14
TSU @ The Honda Battle of the Bands 2015:
Sky Cam View
Since joining the faculty at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) School of Pharmacy in 2010, Dr. Patrice L. Jackson-Ayotunde has won recognition for exemplary research and teaching. Last May, the Office of Technology Commercialization at the University of Maryland, College Park presented Jackson-Ayotunde, a recent UMES pharmacy school graduate, an Invention of the Year Award recognizing the research the pharmaceutical sciences professor has led in developing medication to treat epilepsy. In addition, Jackson-Ayotunde’s fellow faculty members selected her for the UMES Promising Scholar Award last year.
Dr. Jackson Ayotunde completed her Masters degree in Organic Chemistry in 2003 at Tennessee State University.
At 77, Lucinda Williams Adams still enjoys running. And when she jogs through the Cypress Lakes retirement community in suburban West Palm Beach, few of her neighbors have any idea they’re watching a woman who won a gold medal at the 1960 Olympics.