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Preview: August 11, 2011: The Tuskegee News Booker Conley, an 88-year old Tuskegee resident, has quite a story to tell. Not only was he a Tuskegee Airmen, but he was also a Buffalo Soldier during World War II.

Preview: August 5, 2010: The Tuskegee News On Tuskegee University’s campus, there are currently four places to eat. First is the cafeteria, which is where most students go for their breakfasts, lunches, and dinners. Next is the grill, or Strutters, which is quite popular for its fried chicken entrees. Lastly is the Kellogg Conference Center, where students can either go to The Restaurant or The Lounge.

Preview: July 15, 2010: The Tuskegee News On June 18, Tuskegee University’s Dr. Andrew F. Brimmer, chairman of Tuskegee’s Board of Trustees, appointed the school’s first female president — Dr. Charlotte P. Morris.

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