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Euzahn Collins  
Euzahn Collins 2010 Luard Scholar
Settling In - Foreign Land
Entry Date:

May, 2011

Only a few more days until my last exam! I had three consecutive exams from the 17th through 19th of May and, though I was stressing about my preparedness, I was able to efficiently complete them all. I am ready to get the last one over with and finally be considered a senior!

As everyone knows, the end of April in London was dominated by the royal wedding festivities. Crazed tourists slept outside overnight just to get a peek at the new Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. I planned to be out in the festivities but, due to a late night out on the eve of the wedding , I decided I’d do better spending the morning in the library. A couple days before the wedding, I did join in some of the wedding fever, though, attending the English Speaking Union’s (ESU) Royal wedding party at their Dartmouth House location in central London. There I indulged in tasty hors d'œuvres, watched videos of royal weddings-past and talked it up with other ESU members.  

Right around the time Howard University’s Beta Chapter Alphas were crossing, I was honored to be invited to the chartering of a new undergraduate and graduate chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. in London. Beta Psi, the college chapter and Rho Chi Lambda, alumni chapter were established on Saturday, April 23rd at the Richmond Hill Campus.  I knew many of the charter members prior to their crossing and was shocked and excited to hear the news of expanded Alpha Phi Alpha presence in the UK. The ceremony was lovely. My AKA prophyte, Voncella McIntosh, and I were the only women in attendance with Greek affiliation. It was a great privilege to stand for my friends – my new brothers.

The London Chapter of the Howard University Alumni Club, had it third meeting this month. We generated some great ideas to increase visibility and interest in Howard University in the UK. I have found work with the Alumni Club very rewarding and wish I could continue being as involved as I am now. Since I know my time here is short, I guess I’ll have to settle for the pride of accomplishment and memories of good times shared.

With the semester end right around the corner, I am being even more purposeful in everything that I do. I am feverishly working my to-do list; still so many things to do, see…even eat!, I hope I can squeeze in more travel – maybe get to Ireland, Scotland and Wales after exams are over.  Voncella and I just bought tickets to Brighton beach, where I’m told there is no sand. I’m not sure how I feel about a sand-less beach but I am excited about the journey! My trip to Brighton will be the beginning of my last few weeks of fun in London. I have something exciting planned for everyday until my departure.  Though I am eager to get back to my Howard University family, I am starting to feel the sadness of leaving what has been my home for almost an entire year.

I cannot end this blog without saying thank you to the wonderful Howard University faculty members who have helped me prepare for my transition back to the states. Thank you so much for your patience and availability!
Well family, I am on the final countdown! My friends are getting restless and my family is plotting what home cooked meals they are going to stuff me with upon my return. I cannot believe how fast time has gone by. I could have sworn I just got to London yesterday!

Euzahn Collins, a biology major, is spending her junior year at Kings College in London as a 2010 Lucy Luard Scholar. The Atlanta native, who is a chemistry minor, has grade point average is 3.7. She plans to pursue a career in medicine.  The Luard Scholarship is a part of the English-speaking Union’s commitment to promoting scholarship and the advancement of knowledge using English as a common global language. The scholarship is for junior students attending Howard University, Hampton University and United Negro College Fund member institutions.
Euzahn Collins  
Euzahn Collins 2010 Luard Scholar
Settling In - Foreign Land
Entry Date:

April 29, 2011

April 12, 2011

The weather in London is beautiful. Yeah, you read that correctly—it’s gorgeous outside. Sunny and warm with cloudless skies. I’m impressed. I hate that it is so beautiful in London only because I have a trip planned for the entire month of April. I’m going to…The Library! Exams are less than one month away and my entire grade rests on one test in each class. You can imagine how high my stress level is.  I had plans to travel the world during my month “off” but, Easter Break seems to be an evil school trick to play on students—let them think they have a month off but then give them an extremely hard exam when they get back that only the students who didn’t travel, but studied instead, will pass. The dark side of the academic system.

Since March, so much has happened. My big brother in Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity, Incorporated, who lives here in London, had a huge mothers day/birthday brunch. Here in England, Mum’s Day came on April 3rd. I ate so well.  Through some soror-to-soror networking, I met with my big sisters in Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. One is studying at the London School of Economics and we made plans to go to Stonehenge together. The other was traveling through London on business.  I was recently invited to the English-Speaking Union’s Royal Wedding Party. Of course, the wedding is the talk of the town as the April 29th date quickly approaches. I plan to be among the crazed, star-struck fans, cheering for Prince William and Catherine Middleton as they exchange vows in Westminster Abbey. This event is going to be huge. They are displaying the ceremony on two big screens; one in Hyde Park and one in Trafalgar Square, so all of London can be a witness to their union. You can be sure I’ll be taking notes and getting ideas for my future fantasy wedding.

I was able to meet up with even more Howard University Alumni when I was invited to the HU Alumni Club, London Chapter dinner. Though I am not yet an Alumnus, I was welcomed just the same and ended up leaving dinner as Secretary of the chapter. We just had a meeting yesterday in which we discussed ways we can advertise Howard University to students in London. We understand that the club may have transient members, but we want those who are permanently in London to be able to connect with those who have intentions of moving or are just passing through. I expressed how having a club like this can make a transition, such as the one I had to make when I first arrived, easier. You never realize how important it is to have advice on basic things such as, how to open a bank account or where to get your hair done, until you don’t have easy access to them.  It is truly a blessing having my Howard family close by. They have been my stability since my arrival in September.

My return to the states is quickly approaching. I was able to register for my HU classes without any challenges (hallelujYER’) and I am working on my housing situation with my best friend. Until then, I have bikram yoga at 6am followed by an exciting date with my new “boo”…The Biology of Ageing. Now, I’m off to get some beauty sleep.

Euzahn Collins, a biology major, is spending her junior year at Kings College in London as a 2010 Lucy Luard Scholar. The Atlanta native, who is a chemistry minor, has grade point average is 3.7. She plans to pursue a career in medicine.  The Luard Scholarship is a part of the English-speaking Union’s commitment to promoting scholarship and the advancement of knowledge using English as a common global language. The scholarship is for junior students attending Howard University, Hampton University and United Negro College Fund member institutions.

 
Euzahn Collins  
Euzahn Collins 2010 Luard Scholar
Settling In - Foreign Land
Entry Date:

March 6, 2011

 

March 6, 2011

INDIA. I know, I can’t believe it either. If you were to ask what took me to India, I immediately responded with, “my heart.” I had a calling to get up and out so, I did. I wish I had the words to describe the beauty of this country; the gross amount of poverty and the divine spirit that each historic landmark manifests. Goa was my first stop—I spent the weekend with my Phi Sigma Pi brother Sheena Hall who is studying in Hyderabad, India for the semester. Goa is a touristy city on the southwest coast of India. So much of a touristy location that people refer to it as “not really a part of India”.  My days consisted of lounging on the beach in 80-degree weather; clear, sunny days and cloudless moonlit nights. It’s the perfect get away location. Just what an overwhelmed and overworked college student needs—my new “happy place”.

After the weekend ended, I flew to New Delhi where I was introduced to the real India. New Delhi is a beautiful city. It is a place where history lives in harmony with the ever progressing present. I rode in rickshas, ate samosas and paneer, wore a Punjabi suit, haggled with the market vendors and got henna tattoos on my arms and hands. I left with almost thirty bug bites and a new passion for life.

I arrived back in London 5 days later with a huge grin on my face. I missed this city. Now, it’s grind time. I have only 25 days of school left…crazy! After that I’ll have all of April off for Easter break. Don’t get all flustered over my seemingly long break just yet. I’ll be working harder than I ever have preparing for all 5 of my cumulative exams, which are scheduled for May. Oy Vey!  I’m ready for them but, I’m not.  These exams mean the end of my time in London in addition to the weight they hold as far as final grades are concerned.

A week after my return, I was able to meet up with Howard University Alumni, Duane Hughes. Duane is an executive director at Morgan Stanley, a past Luard Scholar and a current member of the English Speaking Union’s board of the directors. Duane quickly fell into father mode as he gave me valuable advice on how to tackle my exams. I appreciate his counsel and conversation so much—Howard always looks out for me.

As the night comes to an end I am working on finishing my lab report on determining fitness from the volume of oxygen a person can consume while exercising at their maximum capacity. I am headed to Barcelona this weekend so I am eager to finish any outstanding work that may get in the way of my relaxation.

A whole new world; a dazzling place I never knew.


Euzahn Collins  
Euzahn Collins 2010 Luard Scholar
Settling In - Foreign Land
Entry Date:

February 14, 2011

The Love Edition

Something has happened. I have become disciplined and the procrastinating Euzahn; who I knew so well is nowhere to be found. There was no single moment of transformation but, rather a slow transition into this new me. I love her. I am able to enjoy my entire weekend now. I no longer have to work on homework assignments the night before they are due. I am ahead of the game and it's working quite well for me. Now, these exams coming in May are a whole other ball game. I have no idea what to expect and the uncertainty is killing me.

I leave for India in three days. India! Wow. Give a girl a scholarship to study in London and she'll turn it into a tour around the world. I'll be spending my weekend in Goa with my Phi Sigma Pi line brother Sheena Hall. She's studying in India for the entire semester…I'm so proud of her. What an amazing place to study! After Goa, I will spend five days in New Delhi. I look forward to the beaches of Goa and the red dirt in New Delhi. I want this to be a time of self-discovery and healing. I want to meditate with Hindu priests and eat traditional Indian dishes while my henna covered body bakes in the 90-degree weather. This, I expect, will be a huge learning experience. I welcome all teachable moments with open arms.

I have started to work on my Easter break plans. I get the entire month of April off, right before exams in May and June. My cousin and I are doing a European tour, with a splash of Africa right at the end. Keep a look out for the blog following that trip…I'm sure it will be one of the most exciting.

I met an exceptional group of black men last weekend while hanging out with fellow Howard Bison, Tanzania Bridgett, and a few of our mutual friends. Some of them worked in insurance, some of them were dancers, one was a nurse and the rest were singers. It was clear each of them was passionate about their work and each was doing their thing to the fullest. I was so content in their presence. This was the first time I had really spent quality time with Afro-Caribbean British men and they all were doing amazing things with their lives. That's all I want to see in my men. Greatness. No matter what you chose to do with your life, all I want to see is you do it to your maximum capacity---be the best you can be.

So now, it's Valentines Day, in addition to Phi Sigma Pi's 95th Birthday, and I'm finishing up my homework as I listen to DJ Chubby Swagg's mixtape. I wish I could have been in DC today. I heard it was beautiful and the yard was abundant with couples celebrating the holiday. Howard University I am SO in love with you.

Euzahn Collins, a biology major, is spending her junior year at Kings College in London as a 2010 Lucy Luard Scholar. The Atlanta native, who is a chemistry minor, has grade point average is 3.7. She plans to pursue a career in medicine.  The Luard Scholarship is a part of the English-speaking Union’s commitment to promoting scholarship and the advancement of knowledge using English as a common global language. The scholarship is for junior students attending Howard University, Hampton University and United Negro College Fund member institutions.

Euzahn Collins  
Euzahn Collins 2010 Luard Scholar
Settling In - Foreign Land
Entry Date:

January 19, 2011

 

Spring Semester defines the Study in "Study Abroad"

Over Christmas break, I spent the holiday in Croydon, a town in South London, with a Howard University Alumni, Jonelle Lewis. Jonelle is a member of my organization, Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity, Inc. and is mother to a lovely 6-year-old daughter. Croydon is only a train ride away from my dorm and is a nice, peaceful get away from the city life. I was pampered and well fed. Jonelle made my homesick feeling disappear and was a wonderful reminder of what I will be greeted with upon my return to Howard University.

Since being back in London, I have been in non-stop work mode. Ok, maybe there have been a few outings to local clubs and social events but, for the most part, I am focused on my classes. This semester I have four science courses in addition to my Spanish for Medics course. The Spanish class, a one-year course, rolled over from last semester. In every one of these science classes, I have an exam. Luckily, the exam period isn't until May/June but, still, this is a dramatic change from last semester, when I had no exams at all. The good thing is, I am extremely excited about my schedule. I am taking the most interesting classes—Human Nutrition, The Biology of Aging, Physiology and Management in Healthcare—my type of thing. My nutrition course has made me alter the way I feed my body—once you learn the truth about what you are putting in your body, it is no longer desirable. My geriatrics course intrigues me with the in-depth conversation about the process of aging and the multitude of theories of the cause of cell cessation. In my physiology lecture I'm learning about anatomical development and change.

Just today, I realized that I all the courses I am taking here at Kings College, are ones designated for final year students and, I am often the youngest student in class. I'm fine with that and, it also explains the heavy workload associated with the courses. The library is my new home; as I write, it is 4:37AM and I am just getting back to my dorm after hours of studying symptoms of various vitamin deficiencies.

The relationship I have with my floor mates is stronger than I thought it would grow to. During the Christmas break, I was thankful to just get away; but, when I returned I wanted to be with my floor-mates all the time. The first week back we hung out with each other every night. We had "family" dinners and late night conversation. My time here, in London, is running out and I am trying to make the most of what I have left with these amazing people.

If all goes according to plan, this semester will be filled with trips all around the world. In February I will be going to New Delhi, India and staying with Howard University Alumni who are permanent residents. For St. Patrick's Day, I plan to go to Ireland. In April, I plan on doing a European/Middle Eastern tour as well as visiting a few African countries such as Morocco and Egypt. In June, before I return to the United States, I hope to travel to Australia and stay with a friend who attended Kings College last semester. Let's hope my funds don't run out before all these trips take place.

Michelle Obama spoke at Howard University today and I missed it; there are definitely pros and cons about being overseas for an entire year. Don't get me wrong… I am grateful for the English Speaking Union Lucy Luard Scholarship. The English Speaking Union is generous and insightful in providing a year-long study abroad experience. In my opinion, any shorter period is not enough time to receive a full cultural understanding. On the other hand, my heart does yearn for Howard. When I return I will be eager to share my experiences and inspire others to step outside of their comfort zones.

Euzahn Collins, a biology major, is spending her junior year at Kings College in London as a 2010 Lucy Luard Scholar. The Atlanta native, who is a chemistry minor, has grade point average is 3.7. She plans to pursue a career in medicine.  The Luard Scholarship is a part of the English-speaking Union’s commitment to promoting scholarship and the advancement of knowledge using English as a common global language. The scholarship is for junior students attending Howard University, Hampton University and United Negro College Fund member institutions.

 
Euzahn Collins  
Euzahn Collins 2010 Luard Scholar
Settling In - Foreign Land
Entry Date:

December 3, 2010

   

The C grade Reality Check

I went to Paris from November 25-28 to get over my Thanksgiving Day blues. This is my first Thanksgiving away from my family and it was hard for me to cope with. So, I packed my bags, invited three of my good friends and hopped on the EuroStar train. Paris was everything I dreamed of and more. Good food and good friends is always an excellent mix.

Upon my arrival back to London, it hit me that the end of the term was near and I was saddened by the thought of leaving the UK in only a few months time. I have really enjoyed my time here and I cannot believe that it is already December!

The week started off rough. When I found out I had gotten a C on a paper, my anxiety level became high. I felt as if I was letting Howard University and the ESU down when they had both made this study abroad possible for me. After talking to my mother and a few friends on my floor, I was able to shake that off and move on in order to assure it wouldn’t happen again.

The A+ I received on another class assignment made the end of my week even more exciting — before I get back to the books, of course. Now, I can appreciate that C I got. It’s not the end of the world and it has made me work harder and, in turn.

Euzahn Collins, a biology major, is spending her junior year at Kings College in London as a 2010 Lucy Luard Scholar. The Atlanta native, who is a chemistry minor, has grade point average is 3.7. She plans to pursue a career in medicine.  The Luard Scholarship is a part of the English-speaking Union’s commitment to promoting scholarship and the advancement of knowledge using English as a common global language. The scholarship is for junior students attending Howard University, Hampton University and United Negro College Fund member institutions.

Euzahn Collins  
Euzahn Collins 2010 Luard Scholar
Settling In - Foreign Land
Entry Date:

October 22, 2010

   
I hope this doesn’t sound terrible, but the more involved I become in my classes, British social life and the exploration of my London home, the less time I want to spend writing a blog. Now, don’t get me wrong. I am so appreciative for the English Speaking Union (ESU) Luard Scholarship that brought me here – and incredibly honored to share my experiences. It’s just that every moment is precious, each delivering rich experiences and adventure.

School started off nice and easy but I am finding the advanced European curriculum is more advanced than I anticipated. Physics has already been a struggle and I have only had two classes! I wasted no time setting up weekly meetings with my professor in order to assure my success in the class. My other classes are going well and I have settled into a good study routine.

Sometimes I get caught up in the romanticism of London and forget the ESU Luard Scholarship is, primarily, academic. As I said, I’m handling the education part so I do allow myself to enjoy the sensual and social aspects of London. With that said, let me tell you what’s up… I have been having the time of my life; truly, seizing every good opportunity that presents itself. Karaoke night? Did it. Neon, 80s themed freshman social? Did it. Conversation with random elderly British man on a bench? Did it. Sitting on the curb watching street theatre? Did it. Stuffing my face with local delicacies? Did it… a few times. I even got the guts to go to the movies alone and I had an amazing time. The more I let myself go, the more I learn about myself.

I have been surprised and thrilled to find myself in the company of fellow Bison. That’s right! Here in London, Bison also dwell. Howard University is global. We are everywhere. Not too long ago, I was out with a Howard alum, who is also a member of Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity, Incorporated. On another occasion, I met up with a friend that transferred from Howard to a Union school in Richmond, and, just two days ago I sat down to dinner with two more very special brothers of Phi Sigma Pi.

One thing that makes me grateful for connecting with my fellow Bison is the cultural relief that came with them. Based on my experiences with the U.S. black community, I came to this country expecting the camaraderie of the British black community. From what I’ve seen so far, there is very little community in relationships between British blacks. I was incredibly let down to learn this. The proof, for me, was in the too many stone faces I was met with when I would smile at someone who looked like me. Also painful evidence was the feeling of being invisible to both black and white men as I move about the city. This has been tough for me to deal with as a black woman studying abroad. Just to make sure I am not being irrational, I have open conversation about race and community with black people I meet here. They tell me my observation is correct and a longtime reality in their country. My hairdresser told me the reason for the breech is because British blacks have not had an “overcoming”experience like African-Americans. From her point of view, the African American slavery experience and fight for freedom was pivotal in shaping the affirmative black values, community and style in America. It was clear my hairdresser was sad that Britain lacked such rich black community. Although it seems fact, my heart has difficulty settling for the racial responses I have been getting. I often find myself spending hours in the library, drowning in books, trying to understand black Britain. [The other night, I shed tears for those who look just like me, but cannot not identify with the traditions and experiences that make me.]
I am trying hard not to focus on the fact that a year really is not that long. Time seems to be flying by; my once-in-a-lifetime opportunity as the ESU Luard Scholar is almost over. I know, I know… there is still more time, but, June is really not that far away. I wish I had more hours in each day so I do more, see more and be more in London. I am even considering staying in Europe for Christmas instead of coming home. Holiday in Egypt sounds like a great way to bring in the New Year! I suppose I will just have to keep living and see where life takes me next.

Euzahn Collins, a biology major, is spending her junior year at Kings College in London as a 2010 Lucy Luard Scholar. The Atlanta native, who is a chemistry minor, has grade point average is 3.7. She plans to pursue a career in medicine.  The Luard Scholarship is a part of the English-speaking Union’s commitment to promoting scholarship and the advancement of knowledge using English as a common global language. The scholarship is for junior students attending Howard University, Hampton University and United Negro College Fund member institutions.

Euzahn Collins  
Euzahn Collins 2010 Luard Scholar
Settling In - Foreign Land
Entry Date:

September 26, 2010

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Today marks my one-week anniversary of being in London. It has been one of adjustments and discovery. I have been able to find sanctuary in my new home – an eleventh floor single room – when I am missing my hometown, Atlanta, Georgia and my beloved school, Howard University.  Outside of my haven of a dwelling place, the Borough Market is an extraordinary place that has nourished me with sensuality.  Filled with, well — everything, the market is stocked with fresh meat and seafood, bread and sweets, fruits and vegetables, as well as local wines and ciders. It is a perfect distraction and a powerful pick-me-up.

St. Paul’s Cathedral is an overwhelming place of grandeur; a place you must add on your to-do list if you ever travel to London. The music of the boy’s choir resonated through the magnificently carved marble halls, painted with gold leaf and decorated in amazing detail using small mosaic tile. It brought tears to my eyes. I could never have imagined the power art and architecture could have on my soul.

I have finally found my way around on the Tube. It is like the Metro in D.C. — only a lot more complicated. The tube has around 270 stations and about 250 miles of track. It is the second longest metro train system in the world.  I should be receiving my discount student “Oyster Card” in the mail soon. It is the same as the District’s Smart Trip, just with added student discount.

School starts tomorrow! I had a wild time trying to figure out when and where my classes are. At Kings, they do not give you a personalized schedule with all your class information on it. Crazy right? I’m finding that we are really spoiled in the United States. So, I had to go through the timetables of each department and figure out when and where the classes I was given would be held. I have one class each day except, drum roll please — Friday! I have Health Policy and Professional Practice on Mondays from 2-4, Thermal Physics on Tuesdays from 2-5, Critical Thinking in the Academic Environment on Wednesdays from 9-11 and Evolutionary Biology of Man & the Vertebrates from 9-3pm on Thursdays. All of these are 15 credit courses, which translates to 4 US credits. After those long Thursdays, I will be sure to spend my 3-day weekends traveling and relaxing all over Europe.

So, it seems a year in London won’t be so bad after all. The people have been welcoming and being able to cook in my dorm gives me the power to have a “taste” of home whenever I am missing it.

This is it. I will intentionally live in every moment this year because opportunities like this are rare. I am incredibly grateful for the gift of the Luard Scholarship and will show this by gathering all that I can.

Euzahn Collins, a biology major, is spending her junior year at Kings College in London as a 2010 Lucy Luard Scholar. The Atlanta native, who is a chemistry minor, has grade point average is 3.7. She plans to pursue a career in medicine.  The Luard Scholarship is a part of the English-speaking Union’s commitment to promoting scholarship and the advancement of knowledge using English as a common global language. The scholarship is for junior students attending Howard University, Hampton University and United Negro College Fund member institutions.

Euzahn Collins  
Euzahn Collins 2010 Luard Scholar
The Trek Across the Atlantic
Entry Date: Saturday, September 18, 2010
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The anticipation and the unknown are killing me. I find myself fighting heavy anxiety. I am sitting in the back row, closed off, as I wait for my 5:05 p.m. flight from Miami International to London Heathrow to board. E11 is the gate number I will always remember.

The people waiting with me show an obvious difference from the every day American. A man in a navy blue suit sits with his legs crossed, exuding that English aura…“London swag.”

I am excited but a little uncomfortable. I feel like I don’t quite fit in. Not yet, at least.
Today I am missing the Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity, Inc. car wash and Alpha Kappa Alpha’s undergraduate round up in NYC. I am missing the everyday eventful campus of Howard University and though I am grateful for the gift of the Lucy Luard Scholarship, my year abroad seems bittersweet.

I’m looking forward to the learning experience I will receive while in London. The currency and exchange rate is one thing I am nervous about. I feel like I’m back in kindergarten learning the value of the “small, medium, and large silver coins.” I’m also worried that I will get lost in London. Sean Mickins, a [year] Luard Scholar and Howard Alumnus, tried to comfort me yesterday by telling me about the time he got lost in London.  He put my mind at ease for a little bit, but I still get butterflies in my stomach at the thought of getting lost in a foreign country.

I am excited to see how London embraces my taste in music and other ATLien mannerisms. My iPod has been and will continue to be my home away from home during my year abroad.

I have about 30 minutes until we board—a 9-hour flight directly to London, England. Perhaps, I will sit and meditate on the adventures to come--listen to the mixture of voices of those that, for the next year, will make up my community.

Euzahn Collins, a biology major, is spending her junior year at Kings College in London as a 2010 Lucy Luard Scholar. The Atlanta native, who is a chemistry minor, has grade point average is 3.7. She plans to pursue a career in medicine.  The Luard Scholarship is a part of the English-speaking Union’s commitment to promoting scholarship and the advancement of knowledge using English as a common global language. The scholarship is for junior students attending Howard University, Hampton University and United Negro College Fund member institutions.
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