I'm so proud of her.”She'll also remember the generosity of people like Dr.
Jerry Clark, chief student affairs officer and associate dean for student affairs in the School of Medicine: “You can go to Dr.
was released on his gospel label, All The Time Entertainment.
Snoop says he has always been inspired by gospel music and created this double disc, 32-track collection to both showcase the genre and bring people together. You can catch him performing on the “19th Annual Super Bowl Gospel Celebration” on BET Saturday February 3rd.
Now known by her married name, Simone Moore, she has netted a career in a field where height matters much less than heart: health care.
Cardi kept folks wondering on Saturday when she posted this video on Instagram with the caption: “Daddysgirl @offset” on on March 16th, so it makes sense he was tapped to perform at the “19th Annual Super Bowl Gospel Celebration”, right? The Dogg Father donned a long velvet choir robe whilst performing the tracks “Blessed and “Highly Favored,” “You,” “Blessing Me Again” and “Saved” with Rance Allen, The Clark Sisters, and Tye Tribbett.
My friends are having kids and moving on, and I'm still studying.'”Her diligence paid off in February of this year when she finished her course requirements, about three months early.
And in March, on Match Day - that day of reckoning when senior medical students learn where they will do their specialty training - her medical school life flashed before her eyes, she said.“On Match Day, you remember all the times you wanted to give up, and all the good things, too: The friends you make. I'm sure commencement is going to be the same way.”She'll remember her “support system, which I'd put up against anyone's,” she said.
Aided by the “awesome” house-hunting skills of her father Tyrone Williams, a building contractor, they are looking for a place in Jackson, where she will do her residency at UMMC, Simone said.
Married almost a year, they went to high school together, before she left for New Orleans and Xavier University of Louisiana.“Xavier has a high placement rate for African Americans who plan to go to medical school,” she said.
“I am who I am because of my family, including all those aunts and uncles who constantly checked on me, seeing that I was fed; and because of my husband, who would drag me away from my books when I'd had enough.