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Alleged Hazing Incident At FAMU’s Kappa Psi Psi Sorority Leads To Suspension

Florida A&M University has placed the Kappa Psi Psi professional sorority on "inactive status," interim President Dr. Larry Robinson announced last week, in response to an alleged...

SC State’s New Financial Officer Working on Payment Plans

South Carolina State University's new chief financial officer is trying to work out payment plans on some of the school's biggest bills. The Times and Democrat of Orangeburg...

Alcorn State Chemistry Professor Noland Boyd Killed In Wreck

VICKSBURG, Miss. (AP) — An Alcorn State University associate professor riding his motorcycle over the weekend was killed by a teenage driver, according to authorities. The Vicksburg Post reports Dr....

Players, Owners to Blame for NBA Lockout

On the heels of one of the most entertaining seasons in recent memory, the NBA owners and players could not agree on a new deal over Basketball...

Matthew Holbert a Howard University Student Gets Hit by a Car on Georgia Ave...

Twenty Year old Matthew Holbert get hit by a car not to far from the Mc Donalds off of Georgia Ave and walks a way to tell...

FAMU President James Ammons Resigns

ON Wednesday July 11, 2012 FAMU President James Ammons resigned from the university which is currently facing scrutiny and investigation following the tragic death of FAMU band...

Investigation for Armed Robbery of Clark Atlanta Student

Atlanta Journal Constitution Atlanta police continue to investigate the armed robbery of a Clark Atlanta University student in the campus neighborhood last week. Dabrianna Milton was robbed of an...

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...

Getting The Facts Right About the Trayvon Martin Situation

If you don't know who Trayvon Martin is by now, then you may be shocked to hear about this tragic story. In a gated community by the...

Chancellor Anderson Uses N-Word In Viral Video, Says It Was A Mistake

Fayetteville State Chancellor James Anderson appeared comfortable using the controversial n-word while rapping with students at the black university on campus. Anderson used the word while talking about guns...

FBI Struggles to Hire Black Agents

FBI Director James Comey’s pointed critique of law enforcement’s rocky dealings with African American communities indirectly called attention to an uncomfortable fact: the percentage of black FBI...

Matthew J. Perry Federal Judge Alumnus of SC State University passed away

With great sadness, SC State University is sharing that the Honorable Matthew J. Perry has passed away. A native of Columbia, S.C., Judge Perry received a bachelor of...

Clark Atlanta Sues City of Atlanta Over Property

By Janel Davis and Katie Leslie at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Clark Atlanta University has filed a lawsuit against the city of Atlanta claiming the school has long-standing property rights over a portion of...

FAMU Remains Mum on Cosby’s $100,000 Scholarship, Honorary Degree

Tallahassee Democrat Several universities have rescinded honorary degrees in light of allegations While several universities have voted to rescind honorary degrees awarded to Bill Cosby, and Spelman College has...

Bethune-Cookman University releases Response to Flawed AAUP Report

Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU) faculty today responded to a report from the American Association of University Professors (AAUP), an organization whose members consist of professors and other academic personnel...

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Alumni Chapter in Baltimore Hit With $4M Hazing Lawsuit

Updated 3:28 pm EST, 1/23/2015 A $4 million lawsuit was recently filed against the Baltimore Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. and five of its leaders...

NCCU Mourns The Loss Of Dr. Debra Saunders-White

North Carolina Central University mourns the loss of the 11th Chancellor, Dr. Debra Saunders-White, who passed away today, November 26, 2016, after a heroic battle with cancer. Saunders-White’s tenure...

Update: Little Rock Police Identify College Student Killed, Another Injured in Shooting

Little Rock Police have released the names of the two college students who were victims of a Thursday night shooting that left one dead and another injured. Both...

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