by Carman Chatman (A video statement from Sen. Warner was added to the end of this story in an update on Jan. 21.) Virginia Senator Mark Warner (D) was among the first generation of his family to go to college and law school. He told the Spartan Echo during an interview on Tuesday, Jan. 13, …
(Watch the Echo’s exclusive interview with President Moore at the end of this article.) by Danielle Kirsh Norfolk State University’s accrediting agency finished up its visit on Oct. 15 and prospects are looking very good for the university. In a campus announcement, Interim President and CEO Eddie N. Moore, Jr. said that the Southern Association …
Norfolk State prepares students for commercial marketplace with student newspaper If you’re a Facebook friend or Twitter follower of Norfolk State University’s student newspaper, the Spartan Echo, then you probably wonder how students are producing as much (if not more) news through these social media outlets as most commercial news organizations. The answer is simple: they’re being …
In this exclusive interview with Interim President and CEO Eddie N. Moore, Jr. of Norfolk State University, the Spartan Echo continues the discussion from our May 1 interview updating our audience and returning students, faculty and staff on the issues of probation, low enrollment, faculty reductions, and how NSU is “forging ahead” to prepare and …
Kim Fields of Hot 91.1 FM WNSB in Norfolk, Virginia, our student media colleagues at Norfolk State University, interviewed Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe on May 29, 2015. Here is the interview in its entirety. Near the end, the governor talks about how he appointed three new Board of Visitor members at Norfolk State University.
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An exclusive interview with the Spartan Echo on May 1 The entire interview is available on video below. by Danielle Kirsh, Online/Managing Editor As enrollment declines at Norfolk State University during its probation, some students worry about the status of the university, but not Interim President and CEO Eddie N. Moore, Jr. Norfolk State is “totally …
The Venue on 35th is a local night spot in Norfolk, Virginia where poets gather to share their craft, their heart and insight. Norfolk State University student and poet Sashily Kling is a regular there and Spartan Echo TV reporter Tykhari Coles recently caught up with her.
The 34th Annual Black College Dance Exchange, committed to bringing about “unity through dance,” was recently hosted on the campus of Norfolk State University. Spartan Echo TV reporter Lelia Burrell was there and filed this report.
With social networking on the rise, there’s one method of social networking that often goes overlooked, good old-fashioned face-to-face communication. Spartan Echo TV reporter Nehemiah Bell takes a look at traditional human communication and its many benefits over computer-mediated communication.
Many incoming freshmen might ask themselves: do I want to live on campus or off campus? Spartan Echo TV reporter Nicholas McDonald asked around at Norfolk State University…and it sounds like that decision could go either way.
As tuition and the costs of higher education rise, so does student debt. Today, college students are graduating with more debt than ever before. Spartan Echo TV reporter Danielle Kirsh, a student at Norfolk State University, explains in this video report.
The great warmer weather of springtime is here in Hampton Roads, but so is the pollen that comes with it. Spartan Echo TV reporter Nehemiah Bell spoke with the Spartan community on the campus of Norfolk State University to see how they’re dealing with spring allergies.
This year’s MCJR Week was a success as it helped Norfolk State University students learn from media professionals and alumni. The annual tradition at NSU also celebrated the 40th anniversary of the Department of Mass Communications and Journalism. Spartan Echo TV reporter Jamila Patterson has the story.
Norfolk State University has adopted use of the LiveSafe app, which enables users to connect directly with NSU police via GPS on their mobile device. Spartan Echo TV reporter Jordan Sims explains.
Spartan Echo TV reporter Nehemiah Bell takes a look at binge watching of Netflix programming and how on-demand video can eat up time for college students.
As the Mass Communications and Journalism Department at Norfolk State University celebrates their 40th anniversary, the department also mourns the loss of the founding chair of the original Mass Communications Department, Dr. Wilbert Edgerton. Lelia Burrell of Spartan Echo TV speaks with some of Dr. Edgerton’s colleagues who share their memories of Dr. Edgerton and …
Spartan Echo TV reporter Nicholas McDonald takes a look at the study abroad opportunities at Norfolk State University and the many educational benefits the program offers students.
A lot of students on the campus of Norfolk State University may have never been there, but Bowser Hall is a hidden gem that houses many useful programs. Spartan Echo TV reporter Nehemiah Bell shows us the many resources students can find in Bowser Hall.
Online dating isn’t for everyone, but it could be the answer for some who are looking for a relationship. Spartan Echo TV reporter Nicholas McDonald takes a look at the pros and cons of online dating and how, in some cases, it can lead to lasting relationships.
Is technology being used responsibly? Traffic cameras, which are meant to protect the public and aid police officers, can be used for criminal acts. Reporter Sashily Kling for Spartan Echo TV gathers some opinions from students at Norfolk State University on this matter.