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Cheyney University’s Turnaround Is A Blueprint To Saving Pa.’s State-Owned Universities

One of the most stunning reversals in higher education is happening right now in Pennsylvania. And it could be a...

Chevrolet, NNPA, DJ Envy And More Help Historically Black College Students ‘Discover The Unexpected’

Last month, Chevrolet and the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) concluded its 4th annual 2019 Discover the Unexpected (DTU) program, a journalism fellowship for...

Black Women Entrepreneurs Pay Off Debt For 30 Students At This HBCU

“God has been so good to us both. It just felt right.” That's what Pinky Cole, the creator of the...

Surprise, Surprise: Fox News Host Doesn’t Think Elite Black Athletes Belong At HBCUs

As they approached the subject around an article written by Jemele Hill (called It’s Time for Black Athletes to Leave White Colleges), Fox...

Hampton Student Launches JoinMi: College Task Sharing App

As a college student, have you found yourself randomly needing a study partner for your next exam, or a carpool? Maybe you need someone new...

Bowie State Wins 34-20 Over American International

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – The Bowie State University Bulldogs opened the 2019 season on the road at American International College on Saturday (9/7)...

Spelman Receives Funding To Establish A Center Of Excellence For Minority Women In STEM

ATLANTA (SEPTEMBER 3, 2019) – Spelman College recently received a $2 million grant from the Department of Defense to support its...

Central State President, Cynthia Jackson-Hammond, To Step Down After 2019-2020 Academic Year

Central State University recently announced that president Cynthia Jackson-Hammond is stepping down after the 2019-2020 academic year, per WDTN.com. ...

Papa John’s Founder Gives $1M To Simmons College Of Kentucky

The founder of Papa John's has donated $1 million to a historically black college in Kentucky after more than a year of backlash for his...

Hampton University Is Offering Free Enrollment, Room & Board To University Of The Bahamas...

 – In an effort to help those students and families affected by Hurricane Dorian, Hampton University is entering into an...

Delaware State’s First Female President Announces Retirement

Wilma Mishoe, the first woman to lead Delaware State University as president, announced her retirement Thursday morning after a little more than a year. 

Spelman College Grad Stacey Abrams: ‘I’m Not Trying To Fit Anyone Else’s’ Standards Of...

Stacey Abrams is definitely not trying to fit anyone else's standards of beauty. During an in-depth interview...

Clark Atlanta Provides Food And Space For Bethune-Cookman Football Team Stuck In Atlanta Because...

Sunday after the Bethune Cookman University football team defeated Jackson State 36-15 in the MEAC/SWAC Challenge here in Atlanta, the Wildcats expected to head back...

Morgan State: McBride, Wallace Claim MEAC Weekly Volleyball Honors

Morgan State University sophomore volleyball player Zoe McBride was named Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Player of the Week, while senior Roi Wallace was named...

Footaction Offers More Than 85 HBCUs A Chance To Participate In A Design Competition

There is no doubt that HBCUs are needed in the United States. Not to exclude any particular groups, but these...

Jackson State Student Spends Eight Weeks In Cameroon, Says Studying Abroad Is Invaluable

A life-changing experience is how Markus Brooks, a senior criminal justice major at JSU, described the eight weeks he spent in Cameroon over the summer.

Top Things To Know In The HBCU Community On Tuesday

HBCU News Democratic presidential hopeful Tim Ryan stumped at historically black Paine College in Augusta on...

Court-Ordered Mediation In Maryland HBCU Case Ends Without Agreement

Court-ordered mediation of a 13-year-old case brought by a coalition of historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) has ended without a resolution.

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