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St. Augustine's University president Dianne Boardley Suber speaks during a Black History Month celebration at Sycamore Hill Missionary Baptist Church Saturday morning. (Scott Davis/The Daily Reflector)
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St. Augustine's University president Dianne Boardley Suber speaks during a Black History Month celebration at Sycamore Hill Missionary Baptist Church Saturday morning. (Scott Davis/The Daily Reflector)

Educator: Help students look ahead

By Abbie Bennett

The Daily Reflector

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“The present is really just a bridge to the future” and no one should dwell on it too long, according to the president of a historically black university.

Dianne Boardley Suber, president of St. Augustine’s University in Raleigh, focused on youth and the future in her speech on Saturday morning at Sycamore Hill Missionary Baptist Church.


Suber was invited to speak as part of an event to honor historically black universities and institutions. Suber encouraged more than 50 attendees to reach out to youth and help them focus on their futures to create a better world than the one left to them.

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*an Africa American not

*an Africa American not making other African americans victims. she asks them to look to the future, not dwell on the past. good advice.

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