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The Rising Risk of Cybercrime

Cybercrime has hit the headlines again in recent weeks with the head of the National Crime Agency – Lynne Owens – asking the British government...

Mission Accomplished: HBCU Student, 59, Earns Three Degrees

LeMoyne-Owen College awarded 156 bachelor’s degrees to graduates on Saturday, May 12. Many of the scholars who walked across the...

Delaware State University Has Record Number Of 2019 Graduates

Delaware State University (DSU)  gave out 750 diplomas during the historically Black university’s 134th commencement ceremony on May 12.

Morehouse Commencement Speaker Pays Loans for ALL 2019 Graduates

And the award for the BEST commencement speaker, in the history of commencement speakers gooooooeeeeessss tooooooo: Robert Frederick Smith, cleary.

Hate Group To Protest At HBCU Graduations In Atlanta

The infamous hate group Westboro Baptist Church plans to picket outside of the graduations of three historically black colleges in...

Morgan State University Hosts 143rd Spring Commencement Ceremony

BALTIMORE — Morgan State University (MSU), in the assembly of University officials, faculty and its Board of Regents, will host its 143rd Spring Commencementexercises on Saturday,...

Mother, Daughter Walk Across Stage Together At VUU Commencement Ceremony

The pomp and circumstance was felt across Richmond as thousands of students from both Virginia Commonwealth University and Virginia Union...

Our ’Forever First Lady’ Michelle Obama Surprise Students At Spelman College

A group of students at Spelman College in Atlanta had a session Saturday they won't soon forget.

70 years in the making: 99-year-old veteran who graduated from Winston-Salem finally walks across...

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A graduate of what is now Winston-Salem State University in 1949, who served in the US Army...

Shaw University Officially Names Dillard As Next President

After the pomp and circumstance that greeted the official announcement of Dr. Paulette R. Dillard taking the helm at Shaw University,...

Triplet-Mom Graduates From Grambling State

Grambling State University’s more than 400 Spring Graduates will include one student who became a mom to three sons on...

Dillard Celebrates 150 Years In New Orleans

Just one year after Louisiana was readmitted to the Union after the Civil War, two colleges were established in New...

Woman Walks Across Southern Stage To Get Diploma Despite Having Multiple Sclerosis

BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - If a 1,000-mile journey starts with a single step, Chacity Simmons, 28, has already walked...

Jackson State CUBD Paints Home Of 100-Year Old West Jackson Resident

Jackson State’s Center for University-Based Development (CUBD) recently partnered with Felicia McClinton, president of the Washington Addition Neighborhood Association to paint the home of long-time...

Tom Joyner Foundation Announces New Podcast

The Tom Joyner Foundation today announced the launch of HBCUbiquity, a new hour-long podcast featuring interviews, discussion and analysis about historically black colleges...

Albany Alums Are Still Fired Up Over A Controversial Bill

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Albany leaders and alumni from three of Georgia’s historically black colleges and universities (HBCU), are still fired up over a controversial...

HBCUs’ Feud With Regional Accreditor

The United Negro College Fund released a white paper Thursday that details grievances of historically black colleges with their primary regional accreditor,...

Voice Of The ECSU Vikings Dies

(HBCU Buzz) - Randy Jones, the longtime voice of the Elizabeth City State University Vikings on WRVS-FM 89.9, has passed away. ECSU officials had confirmed...

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