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Dillard University Theatre to Open 76th Season with “Mahalia,” a Gospel Musical

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The Dillard University theatre program will open its 76th season this month with a six-performance run of “Mahalia,” a celebration of the life and...

Claflin University’s Jasmyne Barber Wins Orangeburg County Fair Art Competition

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Jasmyne Barber wasn't always into art. In fact, she only began cultivating her soon-to-be passion in the twilight of her senior year of high...

Grambling State University Welcomes Students to its 2011 High School Day

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On Saturday morning at 6:30 a.m. students and faculty of Grambling State University united to partake in the 2011 high school day. High schools...

FAMU Alumni Breaking New Ground with The Cravings Truck

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Young, Black Entrepreneurs make their mark in Florida’s Capital City By: Tauheedah Shukriyyah Asad In today's unstable economy, young African Americans like Kianta Key and Johnathan...

Recap: Virginia Union University- Steel in Love with You

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 Virginia Union University celebrated its Homecoming on the weekend of October 6-8 on its historic campus. The theme of VUU's homecoming was "Steel in Love...

SC State University Class of 1955 Supports Education Majors

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The SC State University Class of 1955 has committed to supporting current SC State University education majors. This commitment was made during the...

UMES delegation lobbies for federal park

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PRINCESS ANNE, Md. - (Oct. 7, 2011) - Students and faculty from UMES joined two busloads of grassroots lobbyists from the Eastern Shore, including...

Spelman Students Gain Experience Through Internships

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It is no secret; the nation faces a staggering unemployment rate – 9.1 percent in general and 16.7 percent specifically for Blacks according to...

NSU President Dr. Tony Atwater and Norfolk Public Schools Superintendent shake hands on Booker...

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Norfolk State University, Norfolk Public Schools and Booker T. Washington High School signed a partnership agreement, Mon., Oct. 3, which seeks to promote learning...

Oakwood’s First Couple, Drs. Leslie and Prudence Pollard, will air “Dialog on Comcast”

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Watch Oakwood's First Couple, Drs. Leslie and Prudence Pollard, on "Dialog on Comcast" on either Sunday, October 9 (8:30 a.m. and 10:30 p.m.) or...

Virginia State Dr. Muriel Hawkins appointed Associate Provost

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Virginia State University has named Dr. Muriel Hawkins as the new Associate Provost for Partnerships and Engagement. In this position, Hawkins is responsible for...

UNC System Approves NCCU’s Doctorate Program in Biosciences

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North Carolina Central University received final approval today from the University of North Carolina Board of Governors to introduce a doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.)...

Alpha Phi Alpha General President Herman “Skip” Mason, Jr. visits Virginia Union University

       Herman “Skip” Mason, Jr., the 33rd General President of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. came to visit the ‘hollow grounds and dear old...

FAMU TV 20 Presents the 2011 Homecoming TV Special and Webcasts

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Florida A&M University’s (FAMU) Homecoming is arguably Tallahassee’s premiere week for entertainment, football and fun. Individuals can get highlights of Homecoming on FAMU-TV 20...

HBCU Buzz Seeking Journalist – Writers & Event Reports

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HBCU Buzz is a promotional-progressive brand that promotes HBCU pride and HBCU unity in order to enhance the black college experience and uplift the...

HBCU Buzz Announces New Executive Editor in Chief – Michael Livingston II

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Michael Livingston II was born in Washington, D.C. and currently resides in Laurel, Maryland. Livingston joined HBCUBuzz.com as the “In Reality” columnist shortly after...

Google representatives recruit Hampton University students

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Representatives from Google made a visit to Hampton University on the evening of Sept. 28. With a lot of anticipation, HU students filled...

VIDEO – Design team allows first look inside Huntington Hall FVSU

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Huntington Hall is the stately brick, Georgian-style structure (circa 1720 -1840). The architecture of the Fort Valley State University's oldest building mimics period designs created by King George I of Britain.