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Howard Men’s Soccer’s Carlos Caro Picked SBC Defensive Player of the Week

Howard Men’s Soccer’s Carlos Caro Picked SBC Defensive Player of the Week Junior goalkeeper recognized for an incredible performance against VMI NEW ORLEANS (October 2, 2018) – The Sun...

”What I’ve Been Told So Far Doesn’t Make Sense” – Mother of Shot &...

Durham police are investigating the fatal shooting of an North Carolina Central University student last week by a security guard at an off-campus apartment complex. On Monday police...

NCAT Student Only HBCU Representation In State Dept. Korean Exchange

Nasya Blackwell spent another summer illustrating what Aggies do through her participation in The U.S. Congress – Republic of Korea National Assembly Exchange Program. This unique program is...

Kentucky Police is Slammed for Racial Profiling After This HBCU President

A Kentucky police department says it's reviewing a traffic stop involving a black college president after accusations that it was racially motivated. The Louisville Metro Police Department said...

Jackson State To Share $20 Million, Five-Year grant from NSF

A $20 million, five-year grant from the National Science Foundation will spur creative discovery and economic opportunities through Mississippi’s research universities. With the grant funding, the state of...

UAPB Founder To Be Inducted Into Ohio Civil Rights Hall of Fame

Dr. Joseph Carter Corbin, principal of Branch Normal College (now the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff) is among the 2018 list of inductees into the Ohio...

Jackson State Enrollment Drops 10 Percent

According to preliminary figures, Jackson State University’s fall 2018 enrollment has declined by 9.9 percent since fall 2017. The current preliminary enrollment is 7,709 and represents a drop of 849 students from...

Watch: Police Investigating Altercation With White Male & FAMU Students

Police are investigating an incident captured on a viral video that shows a heated exchange in which a man entering the Stadium Centre apartments displayed a gun...

Howard University Alum Takes Over as CFO at Citigroup

The changes follow an executive shuffle a few weeks ago at Citigroup’s consumer bank, which has had trouble keeping up with performance expectations on Wall Street. Mark Mason...

HBCU Rankings 2019: Top Black Colleges from U.S. News

This U.S. News ranking measures the quality of the undergraduate education at historically black colleges and universities. These HBCUs were compared only with one another for this ranking. To...

Prairie View Transfer Student Killed in Botched Drug Deal

Prairie View police are working to identify two suspects in what they now believe to be a botched drug deal that left a Prairie View A&M University...

Former AG Loretta Lynch to speak at UAPB

Pine Bluff, Ark. (September 4, 2018)  -   Loretta Lynch, the 83rd Attorney General of the United States (2015-2017), will be speaking at the University of Arkansas...

Spelman College To Hosts Atlanta’s When We All Vote Rally

ATLANTA (Sept. 5, 2018) – Spelman College will be the host site of a When We All Vote Rally in the Atlanta University Center on Thursday, Sept. 27....

Rankings Show Jackson State Among Most Affordable College Towns

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...

Man Arrested, Charged With Murder In NCAT Party Shooting From 2016

Police announced an arrest in the 2016 killing of two North Carolina A&T State University students, who police say were "innocent bystanders" to a fight that broke...

Feds Impose Aid Restrictions on Howard University

One of the country’s most prominent historically black universities learned this month that it is now subject to one of the Education Department's strictest forms of financial...

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Leadership Donates Over $100,000 in Support of HBCUs

(August 26, 2018 - Chicago, IL) Dr. Glenda Glover, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated™ International President announced that members of the sorority donated and pledged over $100,000...

JSU Alum Cornell William Brooks Receives Harvard Kennedy School Appointment

Cornell William Brooks, former president and CEO of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), civil rights attorney, and ordained minister has joined Harvard...

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