A Place to Call Home

A Place to Call Home

Photo by Richard Howard

Kamaria DeRamus ’18 (right) and Tracey Cameron (standing), director of Harambee House, enjoy working in the building’s newly bright and comfortable lower level. “The renovation definitely provided a more welcoming space to students of African descent on campus,” DeRamus says.

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