As the school year comes to an end, graduation approaches on campuses world-wide. Regardless of a person’s history, completing another school career is always a celebration. Historically Black Colleges and Universities all over the nation prepare for another great class to enter the world and continue chasing their goals. Students look at this time as bittersweet. They become anxious to move on to the next chapter in their lives, but they find themselves missing that comfort they had on campus. Starting off as the freshman and earning their status as a senior again does transform these young men and women to appreciate their journey.
Spelman College, known for being a predominantly black college for women, celebrate the Class of 2012 as these women go on their journey. As widely known, “Everyone knows that each Spelmanite goes on to do great things!” Valedictorian, Beaweh Benson, will go before her class this May to celebrate and congratulate them on their success. Pushing them to strive for their dreams and become all the woman that they can be.
Morehouse College prides themselves on being the number one school for African-American men. Great soldiers have come from that great school. Men like Martin Luther King, Jr., Spike Lee, and Jamaji Nwanaji-Enwerem. Of those, one who finds himself graduating with the Class of 2012. Jamaji Nwanaji-Enwerem, a biology major fromNorth Carolinais the Valedictorian of his class. His journey have molded him to be well-spoken, well-read, well-traveled, well-dressed and well-balanced. As he graduates from a Man of Morehouse to a Morehouse Man, Jamaji plans to move on toHarvardMedicalSchoolin hopes of becoming a physician scientist.
Through all of the smiles, tears, and disappointments, celebrating graduation is a must! Good job ladies and gentlemen, you all deserve the highest recognition! Always strive to be your best and good luck on achieving your dreams.