From Spelmanites to You
Overview - This book speaks to women interested in or from Spelman College, an all-female historically black college in Atlanta, GA that fosters its students to "change the world." This book aims to promote motivation to all Spelman women on their path to excellence. Read more...
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More About From Spelmanites to You by Stephanie Deltor
This book speaks to women interested in or from Spelman College, an all-female historically black college in Atlanta, GA that fosters its students to "change the world." This book aims to promote motivation to all Spelman women on their path to excellence. It can effectively direct your life both on and off Spelman's campus. As a prospective student, you will get to decide if Spelman is for you. As an incoming student, you will learn more about the Spelman experience and be comforted by your decision in selecting this distinguished institution. As a current student, you can utilize the advice to enhance your time at Spelman. As an alumna, you may rekindle the bonds of our sisterhood once again. With respect to Spelman's traditions, the book doesn't tell all, but its messages from Spelman women on diverse topics is enough to pilot students successfully throughout their years. Over 200 quotes simply share our story: the mistakes we could have avoided, the sisters we couldn't live without, the knowledge we hope to pass on, and the memories we wish we could live out once again. Stephanie Deltor is a Christian freelance writer who wants to empower women through her walk with Jesus Christ. Stephanie obtained her B. A. in Psychology from Spelman College and advanced her creative writing skills under the direction of renowned authors Tananarive Due and Grace Octavia. She uses her blog "That Old Fashioned Type of Gal" on Letters2theSoul.com as a platform to voice her revelations on faith by offering insights to challenge her readers in their own lives. Stephanie is currently pursing an M. A. in Mental Health Counseling at Boston University School of Medicine and has spent her years writing creative nonfiction, performing in artistic outlets, and traveling to 21 countries with close friends and family.
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