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Morehouse College Board Of Trustees Announce Leadership Change

Morehouse College is parting ways with its president after the board voted not to renew John S. Wilson's contract as Morehouse enters its 150th-year...

Talladega’s Hawkins On Band Inaugural Performance, Critics’ Reaction: ‘It’s Not About Politics’

During a discussion on Talladega College's marching band inauguration performance on Wednesday's broadcast of "The O'Reilly Factor," Talladega College President Billy Hawkins told Bill...

Talladega President Defends His Decision To Let Marching Band Perform During Trump’s Inauguration Day...

The black college caused controversy after agreeing to perform during President-elect Donald Trump’s Inauguration Day parade. And now Talladega College President Dr. Bill Hawkins has defended his...

Oldest Private HBCU In The Country: A Salute To Mrs. Dorothy J. Vaughan

The Wilberforce University Newsroom reports: We would like to salute our very own Mrs. Dorothy J. Vaughan, Wilberforce University Class of 1929 for her trailblazing...

HBCU Radio Station Cancels Kim Burrell’s Show Following Her Comments On ‘Perveted’ Homosexuality

Citing no reason, a historically Black university in Texas has canceled Kim Burrell's radio show following her comments on homosexuality. Texas Southern University's KTSU-FM released...

N.C. A&T Leads HBCU Consortium On Sexual Assault Prevention

The United States Department of Justice’s Office of Violence Against Women (OVW) has awarded the offices of counseling services at North Carolina A&T State...

CAU Freshman Class President Eric Wilson Has Lost His Brother And Father To Violence

When Eric Wilson fled the deadly gun violence plaguing the streets of Chicago, the Clark Atlanta University freshman left behind four of the most...

Norfolk State’s League Of Extraordinary Men To Host Clothing Drive In Virginia Beach

Norfolk State’s The League of Extraordinary Men is hosting an ongoing statewide clothing drive throughout Virginia. The next clothing drive for the homeless and...

Bama State Style Returns To TV Screens

The popular television reality series featuring ASU's marching band found a new home.  Bama State Style, the reality series following Alabama State University's Mighty Marching Hornets,...

Family On Dillard Student Killed A Year Ago: ‘We Still Don’t Know Anything’

WDSU.com reports: The family of the Dillard University student gunned down a year ago in Central City said on Monday that they are honoring...

Spelman College Tops National Ranking For Tenth Straight Year

Spelman College has topped the U.S. News & World Report's ranking for a tenth straight year. The black college for women beat out No. 2...

The Black Expo Of Networking, Knowledge And Empowerment

The Black Expo provides a wonderful opportunity for businesses, entrepreneurs, performers and even youth, teens and young adults to show the community what they...

African Students: Start Building Your Personal Brand Now

The more African students use technology the more they create a digital footprint that will build in global significance. African students are being judged, evaluated,...

CAU Student-Athlete Uses Her Own Money To Make Christmas Wishes Come True In...

We first told you about Clark Atlanta University Women's Basketball player Danielle Veney in early December when she was awarded the prestigious L.S. Epps...

How Two AUC Alums Want To Create Memories That Will Bring Black Families Together

Greentop Gifts founders Jackie and her husband Shaun have created a new wrapping paper that features a melanin-rich Santa Claus. The pair of Atlanta University Center (AUC) alumni — Jackie...

Why HBCU Students Need To Attend Conferences

Conferences like WordCamp, WordPress, Florida Blogging Conference and others offer opportunities never before heard of for HBCU students. The journey to start a career...

HU’s Harvey: School Districts Across The Country Needs To Hire More Minority Teachers

Many students in the country's public K-12 schools are, in fact, minorities. But recent research has revealed that "only 7.6 percent of teachers in those...

Edward Waters College Students Recognized Nationally And Globally

Edward Waters College Students attending EWCs Educational Technology, Social Media and STEM course had the opportunity to attend EdCamps, WordCamps, and internationally recognized conferences. The ability...
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Morgan State Stylish Buzz Of The Week: Aubrey Johnson

On the campus of Morgan State University walks a stylish young man driven to enhance the world through his passion of architecture. Aubrey Johnson,...