Play the College Game with the Kiddos this Weekend!

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Play the College Game with the Kiddos this Weekend!

 
 
I am playing a game with my children.  The game is called, “You know where they went to college right?”
How do you play? Easy. If the kiddos mention a person (athlete, journalist, musician, writer – whomever) that they are interested in and they’ve gone to college I make an effort to point that out.
Truthfully, the game works much better on my oldest.  She’s used to the game and only replies, ‘Oh, yeah?’  Even still from time to time she will mention colleges that she’s interested in. The same colleges and universities I’d previously mentioned.
Score one for reverse psychology!
Find out who your kids are really fascinated with or inspired by and see if you can find out where they went to college and what they majored in.  Play the…

“You know where they went to college right?” game this weekend!

 

Here are a few well-known folk to get you started:

 

Morehouse College

Spike Lee, Mass Communication

Samuel L. Jackson, Theater

 

Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr., Sociology 

 

 

Howard University

Taraji P. Henson, Theater Arts

Lance Gross, Theater

 

La La Anthony, Communications

 

 

Spelman College

Keishia Knight Pulliam, Sociology

 

Cassi Davis, Music
 

 

Tanika Ray, Theater Arts

 

 

 

St. John University

George Washington University

        Texas A&M

J. Cole, communications with minor in business
 

Kerry Washington, anthropology and sociology
Roland Martin, journalism
 

 

 

New York University 

Clark Atlanta University 

Wesleyan College

Regina Hall, Journalism

 

Jacque Reid, print journalism
Phaedra Parks, Communication

Northeastern University

Florida A&M

University of Pennsylvania

Wendy Williams, Communications

Common, Business Administration
John Legend, English with emphasis on African American literature

 

How do you promote college with your kiddos?

 

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