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Alcorn State Alum Teaches Women How To Establish a Healthy Work-Life Balance

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Alcorn State University alum Kescha Wilson is using her voice to teach women in high level executive careers to extinguish exhaustion and balance their personal and professional commitments.

UAPB’s Nursing Department Gifted $1.1M

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The Nursing Department at The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB) has been gifted $1.1 million from CHI St. Vincent

Why Kevin Durant Wants to Build A Call of Duty Team

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Kevin Durant is an American men's professional basketball player who currently plays in the NBA for the Brooklyn Nets. When speaking to David Letterman...

ASU to Receive $100,000 Donation From Accomplished Alumnus During Homecoming Game

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Music Executive, Entrepreneur, and Humanitarian Courtney Stewart to Donate $100,000 to ASU During Homecoming Game

Savannah State and Michigan’s Grand Valley State University Partner for Enrollment Pipeline

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Savannah State University and Grand Valley State have partnered to allow undergraduate students at Savannah State to eventually qualify for in-state tuition at Grand Valley in one of three master's degree programs not offered at Savannah State.

PVAMU launches African American Studies Degree Program

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On Wednesday, Prairie View A&M University announced a new bachelor’s degree in African American Studies.

Vice President Kamala Harris Encourages Students to Vote at SC State University

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The Vice President of the United States, Kamala Harris is set to address students and faculty at South Carolina State University's Fall Convocation on Tuesday, Sept. 20.

Cynthia Warrick, The First Female President of Stillman College Announces Retirement

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U.S. Newsweek reports that Stillman College’s first female president, Cynthia Warrick, has announced plans to retire after five years of service.

Tougaloo Receives a Grant for Security and Mental Health in Wake of Bomb Threats

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Tougaloo College is set to receive $420,000 from the federal government to support campus security and the mental health of students and faculty in response to this year's nationwide bomb threats targeting HBCUs. 

Morgan State Makes History with New Medical School Proposal

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For the first time in 45 years, a new medical school at an HBCU is opening and it's proposed at Morgan State University.

Spelman to Receive $5.7M to Expand Science and Math Faculty

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Spelman College will receive a $5.7 million grant from the Simons Foundation to support faculty in science and mathematics.

Six HBCU Students Sue State of Florida Over Underfunding and Discriminatory Practices

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On Thursday a class action lawsuit was filed by six Florida A&M University students against the state of Florida alleging decades of discriminatory underfunding of the...

North Carolina A&T Alum Becomes Youngest Principal in His School’s History

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North Carolina A&T Alum Kenneth Gorham makes history as the youngest principal at Movement Freedom Middle School, located in Charlotte, North Carolina.

SAU Alum Vena “Pretty Vee” Excell to deliver Fall Convocation Keynote Address at her...

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Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) welcomes actress and comedian Vena “Pretty Vee” Excell to deliver the keynote address at this year's Fall Convocation on Thursday, September 15, 2022.

Emmy Award-Winning Actress Sheryl Lee Ralph to Keynote Annual JSU Luncheon

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Emmy award-winning American actress, singer, author, and activist Sheryl Lee Ralph is set to deliver the keynote speech at Jackson State University for its annual Mary E. Peoples Scholarship Luncheon on Sept. 29, 2022 at the Jackson Convention Complex.

Howard University Welcomes U.S. Congressman James E. Clyburn as Opening Convocation Orator 

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Howard University has announced that U.S. Congressman James E. Clyburn, will be serving as the university's orator for its 155th Opening Convocation, an annual tradition that officially signals the beginning of the academic year.

TSU Alum Juanita Brown Ingram Wins Mrs. Universe 2022 – 2023

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Tennessee State University alum and member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Juanita Brown Ingram has been crowned this year's Mrs. Universe.

Stillman College, Fort Valley State, and JSU to Participate in New HBCU Bridge Program

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The University of Alabama has announced a new bridge program for students from Stillman College, Fort Valley State University, and Jackson State University who are interested in renewable energy.