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Photos: Staff show off talents at Chancellor's Achievement Awards

Staff took over K.R. Williams Auditorium for the Chancellor's Achievement and Service Awards on May 24. The talent showcase portion was not lacking at this year’s awards.

 

The Women of WSSU: Sharon Hill, Chelii Broussard, Dr. Kathy Stitts, Elaina Barron, Donna Durham-Pierre, Sophia Kennedy and Lauretta Baldwin.
Tory Gray as Little Richard.
Christian Williams performs during the Chancellor's Achievement and Service Awards.
Betty Tilley performs "When You Believe."
Dr. Myron Brown, Dr. Kerwin Graham, Dr. Tony Artimisi, Tracy Brown and Kristopher Glenn perform a Stevie Wonder Medley.

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