In what she is calling a "very difficult decision," Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has shared her decision to not seek reelection. Although Atlanta has seen an uptick in crime, the Spelman alumna's move is puzzling for many who believed the well-known community figure would...

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Here’s a Few Top Phones for Gamers

For any college student, having a smartphone can be useful for a number of reasons. Not only can you check your classes and send...

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These days, video games are so advanced that you can feel as though you are immersing yourself in another world when you play. When...

Miami Dolphins Signs former NCCU Basketball Player Jibri Blount

The Miami Dolphins today announced that they have signed tight end Jibri Blount. Jibri Blount didn’t play a down of college football, but he's signed...

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Alabama State University Alum Obi Oti Is Bringing Southern Cuisine To Los Angeles

Part of being a trailblazer is filling a gap where you see lack. For chef and Alabama State University graduate Obi Oti, what was missing was good southern cooking...

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Curtis Lawrence, a 16-year old boy from Washington, DC that has already graduated high school, has been accepted to 14 colleges including Yale and Harvard. However, he...

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HBCU players were dramatically snubbed in the latest NFL Draft, after not one was chosen among 259 picks. While factors like rule changes and the COVID-19 pandemic...
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