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Rankings Show Jackson State Among Most Affordable College Towns

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Jackson State University is located in one of the top ten most affordable college towns, according to Move.org.  Home to the HBCU, Jackson ranks No. 9, among 25...

U.S Officials Confirm “Credible But Unconfirmed” Threat on 9/11 Anniversary

Washington, D.C.—United States officials have indicated a “specific, credible but unconfirmed” threat against the United States on the 10th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks. The Department...

New Members Of TMCF Board Of Directors Include Top Fortune 500 Executives From Wal-Mart...

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WASHINGTON: Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) Board Chairman, Jim Clifton, announced the appointment of Phyllis P. Harris, senior vice president and general counsel of Legal Operations at...

Johnson C. Smith Students Prepare for Democratic National Convention

Charlotte is stepping into the spotlight and taking center stage as the Democratic National Convention approaches. Now one group of students from Johnson C. Smith University is working...

Vice Mayor And HBCU Alum Wes Bellamy Leads Protest to Remove Robert E. Lee...

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Vice Mayor of Charlottesville and HBCU alum Wes Bellamy is leading protests to remove a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee from a city parkBellamy and his...

Anthony Hyland, Mr. Voorhees College, Wins Mr. HBCU Competition

HBCU Buzz – On Sunday, Feb. 9 a new Mr. HBCU was crowned at the 10th annual Kings’ Leadership Conference and Competition in Jefferson City, Missouri. There was...

UMES holds 125th Founders’ Week Convocation

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The 125th Founders’ Week Convocation at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore was a momentous occasion for the university and for 26 students who received their Doctor...

First HBCU Award 2012 Show – The Rap Up Results

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[vimeo 39397448 w=600 h=259] HBCU Awards Teaser from Stevenson Opoku on Vimeo. On Saturday, March 24, 2012 history was made. HBCU Buzz presented the first awards show showcasing and...

Verdict in Trayvon Martin case inspires scholarship at Paul Quinn College

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The George Zimmerman verdict has spawned a national debate, large-scale protests, and now a scholarship fund. “The reality of it is that there is a lot of passion behind this...

Healing Through The Arts: VUU Dances For Breast Cancer Awareness

This week on Virginia Union University's campus was eventful as usual, but this week brought something that students have never seen before. New student organization Abstract Dance Team held...

Morehouse Grad Bradley Harper Becomes The First Black Palm Beach County Judge In Over...

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Bradley Harper ’99 became the first African American in 22 years to be elected as a county judge in Palm Beach County, Florida when he won his...

Talladega College Receives MLK Memorial Dedication Gift

In a community as close knit as Talladega, Alabama, it is important for everyone to look out for one another. So when James Nixon and his wife,...

U.S. Surgeon General Regina Benjamin to deliver Commencement address at Spelman

“America’s Doctor” Regina Benjamin will deliver the commencement address to more than 500 graduates at Spelman College and receive an honorary degree on Sunday, May 19 at 3 p.m....

President Barack Obama Reflects On Personal Heroes During Forum At NCAT

"How you do it is less important than your commitment to use whatever platforms you have to speak to issues that matter...Get engaged, get involved, get educated...

Howard Professor Files Lawsuit In Support Of Haitian Sugar Cane Workers In The Dominican...

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WASHINGTON, DC – Last month, Howard University African American Studies Professor Nikongo BaNikongo, Ph.D., filed a lawsuit in the International Criminal Court (ICC), located in Hague, Netherlands, on behalf of Haitian...

Tradition Ever Since Featured on The HBCU Buzz Show 11/13

The HBCU Buzz Show is excited to have Tradition Ever Since as guests on the Tuesday November 13th show! Check out and purchase their one of a...

Cecil Anderson, Oldest Paul Quinn Alumna Passes

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Mrs. Cecil Anderson, the oldest living alum of Paul Quinn College, passed away early this morning. She was 107 years old. Mrs. Cecil Anderson worked as an educator for...

CAU student picked for prestigious Georgia News Lab

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ATLANTA (April 26, 2017)    Clark Atlanta University junior mass media arts student Savannah West, who was selected in April as a 2017-2018 participant in the prestigious Georgia...

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