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UNCF Celebrates 75 Years of Advocating and Supporting HBCUs

UNCF President Dr. Lomax talks the 75 year impact and plan for the next 25 years at UNCF UNCF (United Negro...

Bowie State Named ‘Safest College Campus’ in Maryland

What's the safest college campus in Maryland? According to one study, it's Bowie State University. Security system ADT has announced the safest college campus - for those...

Here Are 4 Hacks To Increase Content Visibility

My professional writing journey started approximately three years ago while attempting to discover ways to increase my impact and influence online. I didn’t earn a...

Bennett Announces Re-Engineering Committee To Identify Opportunities For Long-Term Sustainability

GREENSBORO, N.C. – The Bennett College Board of Trustees has charged an independent committee of national and state leaders to develop plans that advance a...

Former Alabama A&M Trustee, Alumnus To Address Graduates

Alabama A&M University alumnus John O. Hudson, III, will be the speaker for the spring commencement program Friday, May 3, at the Von Braun Center...

HBCU Grad Drops First Ever Adult Coloring Book Celebrating HBCUs

Latoya Nicole, bestselling author and owner of Entrepreneurs Color Too, is back with the release of her newest edition Alma Mater and it’s just in...

These HBCU Players Could Be Selected In 2019 NFL Draft

The NFL Draft seems to be pretty stocked with talent this year. Some of these outstanding football prospects are from the ranks of the historically...

Spelman College Wins 30th Annual Honda Campus All-Star Challenge (HCASC), America’s Premier HBCU Academic...

TORRANCE, Calif., April 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- In front of a packed studio audience consisting of top HBCU students, school presidents, HCASC alumni and Honda associates,...

Howard, UCLA Partner On Internship Program To Help Build More Diverse Future In Hollywood

Increased focus on college students may be one way to pave a more diverse future in Hollywood. A new program from the...

Former Obama-Era AG Loretta Lynch To Keynote Tuskegee University Spring Graduation

Loretta Lynch, the nation’s first female African-American U.S. attorney general, will serve as Tuskegee University’s commencement speaker during its 134th Spring Commencement Exercises on Saturday,...

Harris-Stowe State University Mourns Former President

The Harris-Stowe community expresses its sincere condolences to the family and friends of Dr. Albert L. Walker (August 10, 1945-March 27, 2019) who passed earlier...

Angela Rye Chosen For Texas Southern University’s 2019 Commencement Address

Powerhouse Angela Rye is set to bring in Texas Southern University’s 2019 Spring Commencement Address.  Rye is known for her unique perspective as a political...

AKA Ring Leader Charged With 6 Counts of Prostitution and More in FVSU Pimping...

Seven people are facing jail time due to a scandal that rocked Fort Valley State University. According to The Atlanta-Journal Constitution, Alecia Jeanetta Johnson, 49, allegedly served as a ring leader in...

Everette Taylor Tapped as Shaw University’s 2019 Commencement Speaker

Shaw University is excited to welcome Everette Taylor as the 2019 Spring Commencement keynote speaker.  Taylor has gained success as a serial entrepreneur, marketing executive,...

Big Sean Empowers HBCU Students To Become Entrepreneurs

Detroit emcee Big Sean returned home with the Thurgood Marshall College Fund and Ally Financial, Inc., to host an entrepreneurship competition called “Moguls in the...
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From the Mud: Meek Mill and HBCU Culture

As an artist who has always stood tall in the face of adversity, Meek Mill has become a staple in HBCU (historically Black Colleges &...

Morehouse College Reaffirms Dedication, Will Admit Transgender Male Students In 2020

Historically black, Morehouse College, all-men's school in Atlanta, will begin admitting transgender students who identify as men in 2020, The new policy, known as the Gender...

Alcorn Students Gain Valuable Professional Reporting Exposure During NABJ Conference In Alabama

The National Association of Black Journalist held its annual conference over the weekend of April 5 - April 7. Representing Alcorn State University were Mass...

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