Get the most recent issues of The Voorhees Voice below.
The highlights: President Sellers and former SGA President Snow share why HBCUs are still relevant; Voorhees Tigers win 2013 A.I.I. Championship; Glover receives Key to the City in Charleston.
The highlights: Javon Jackson was selected as a U.S. Department of Energy Student Ambassador; five students from Talbotton, Ga. graduate; Judge Glenda Hatchett visits Voorhees; Voorhees remembers the life and legacy of Absalom Jones; the first-ever commissioning ceremony held.
The highlights: Meet the 2011-2011 SGA officers, Mr. and Miss Voorhees College, and students who interned over the summer; view Founder’s Week activities; meet the A.I.I. Women’s Championship Team.
The highlights: Take a look at the accomplishments of Voorhees students; Voorhees held E-smart Day Camp for high school students; The African American Research Committee returns from its second pilgrimage; Voorhees holds its first Presidential Scholarship Gal.
The highlights: Congress pays tribute to Voorhees founder Elizabeth Evelyn Wright-Menafee; A Romanian student is Voorhees' first white valedictorian; Voorhees becomes the only historically black college or university to receive the 2008-2009 Service Learning Award from the Commission on Higher Education.
The highlights: Voorhees celebrates Black History Month with poet-activist Nikki Giovanni; The Voorhees College debate team participates in the 2009 Inauguration Debate Series at the Smithsonian Institution; The United Negro College fund honors Voorhees President Cleveland L. Sellers Jr.
The highlights: Meet the 2008-2009 Ambassadors of the institution; View the accomplishments of various Tigers; Dr. Cleveland L. Sellers, Jr. is inaugurated as the eighth president of Voorhees College; Check out Homecoming highlights.
The highlights: 2008 campaign visits bring Michelle Obama and Danny Glover to campus: Dr. Cleveland L. Sellers, Jr. encourages students to remember unsung heroes; View homecoming highlights; Renovations continue at Voorhees; Voorhees graduate makes history in Bamberg.
The highlights: Civil rights pioneer Paul Robeson Sr. remembered: Voorhees receives funding from the U.S. Department of Education; Voorhees welcomes IMARA Woman Magazine to campus