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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...

New GA HBCU Bill Causing Commotion After Another bill Denounced

ATLANTA, GA (WALB) - WALB is taking a deeper look at a bill that could greatly impact Albany’s only state...

Morris Brown College Remains Focused, Despite Having Just 42 Students

Driving around the Atlanta University Center one sunny afternoon, Dr. Kevin E. James, Morris Brown College’s interim president, had a lot on his mind. Only...

Australia Say, Speaks-Out Against Rape Culture At Fisk University

Students from the Fisk University are upset with the administration over the recent mishandling of a sexual assault case to an elected female campus representative,...

This Magistrate Thinks Discrimination Suit Against Delaware State Should Proceed

By Randall Chase, The Associated Press A federal magistrate says a white man who lost his job at...

NCCU Students Are Mourning the Death of Mikel Bell

Sophomore student at North Carolina Central University, Mikel Bell died Sunday March 10th, in an off campus apartment complex near the university in Durham. The...

Cheyney Has a Way to Solve Its Money Problems

PHILADELPHIA — The nation's oldest historically black college, which has struggled with plummeting enrollment and financial woes in recent years, announced a plan Tuesday to...

This Petition Calls for Removal of Bennett College’s Vice President of Finance

GREENSBORO, N.C. — An online petition is calling for the removal of one of Bennett’s College top leaders. The petition demands that the school oust Vice...

NCAT Aggie Cheerleader Speaks Against Rape Culture

To Whom it May Concern: My name is Raina Gee, a Freshman marketing student and first year member of the Blue Squad...

Colin Kaepernick Mural In Atlanta Destroyed Days Before Super Bowl

Just two days before Super Bowl LIII, a prominent mural of Colin Kaepernick was torn down in Atlanta. The mural, which was located on a...

First Black NCAA President, Dr. James Frank Has Died

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.- The Southwestern Athletic Conference announced the passing of former Southwestern Athletic Conference Commissioner Dr. James Frank on Saturday. Among his...

”What I’ve Been Told So Far Doesn’t Make Sense” – Mother of Shot &...

Durham police are investigating the fatal shooting of an North Carolina Central University student last week by a security guard at an off-campus apartment complex. On Monday police...

Kentucky Police is Slammed for Racial Profiling After This HBCU President

A Kentucky police department says it's reviewing a traffic stop involving a black college president after accusations that it was racially motivated. The Louisville Metro Police Department said...

Jackson State Enrollment Drops 10 Percent

According to preliminary figures, Jackson State University’s fall 2018 enrollment has declined by 9.9 percent since fall 2017. The current preliminary enrollment is 7,709 and represents a drop of 849 students from...

Watch: Police Investigating Altercation With White Male & FAMU Students

Police are investigating an incident captured on a viral video that shows a heated exchange in which a man entering the Stadium Centre apartments displayed a gun...

Prairie View Transfer Student Killed in Botched Drug Deal

Prairie View police are working to identify two suspects in what they now believe to be a botched drug deal that left a Prairie View A&M University...

Man Arrested, Charged With Murder In NCAT Party Shooting From 2016

Police announced an arrest in the 2016 killing of two North Carolina A&T State University students, who police say were "innocent bystanders" to a fight that broke...

Feds Impose Aid Restrictions on Howard University

One of the country’s most prominent historically black universities learned this month that it is now subject to one of the Education Department's strictest forms of financial...

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