Ken Chiedozie Egu

Student Historian

Ken Chiedozie Egu is a first year student at the University of Washington. His major is still to be determined but he is looking at design as a possibility. Ken was born in Owerri, Nigeria but was raised in Concord, California in a family of four.  He plays football and runs track as well at the University of Washington, Seattle.

University of the Virgin Islands (1962– )

University of the Virgin Islands Image Ownership: Public Domain The University of the Virgin Islands  (UVI) is a public university located on the islands of St. Thomas and St. Croix, the United States Virgin Islands. It was established in 1962  In 1986 it officially became … Read MoreUniversity of the Virgin Islands (1962– )

Ahmadu Bello University (1962– )

Founded on October 4, 1962, Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) is a public university located in Zaria, Kaduna State in northern Nigeria. With over 35,000 students, it is the largest university in sub-Saharan Africa and the second largest on the African continent after the University of … Read MoreAhmadu Bello University (1962– )

Sugar Hill Gang (1979– )

Image Ownership: Public Domain The Sugar Hill Gang, known as the first nationally popular African American hip-hop group, comprised three members: Mike Wright (Wonder Mike), Henry Jackson (Big Bank Hank), and Guy O’ Brien (Master Gee), all from Englewood, New Jersey.  The group is best … Read MoreSugar Hill Gang (1979– )

University of Nigeria (1960- )

Image Ownership: Public Domain The University of Nigeria is a federally-controlled public university located in southeastern Nigeria. The university has three campuses: Nsukka (the main campus), Enugu, and Ituku-Ozalla. It was the first university opened by newly independent Nigeria.  Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe, the first President … Read MoreUniversity of Nigeria (1960- )