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Howard University has long been among the nation’s best-known historically black universities. As it approaches its sesquicentennial next year, though, it is wrestling with big questions about funding, finances and the future. Questions that the local community are especially curious about swirl around the fate of WHUT – the PBS member station that broadcasts from campus – and the teaching hospital that serves area residents. We talk with the university’s president Wayne Frederick about the way forward for the historic institution.
- Dr. Wayne A.I. Frederick President, Howard University
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