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Southern Athletic Director Arrested on Suspicion of Soliciting Prostitution #BuzzKiller

Greg LaFleur is free on bond after his arrest in Houston on a charge of soliciting a prostitute.

Virginia State Opens New Dining and Event Center

The dining hall is part of VSU's 20/20 master plan to increase enrollment to 10,000 students.

Howard Vs. Morgan State University Spring Fashion Show Recap

Both of the fashion shows were great but on two different scales. It's almost like comparing street fashion (howard) to high fashion (Morgan), both are appreciated but in their own realms.

Howard University School of Business Ranked Among Top Ten MBA Programs (Only HBCU Ranked)

Howard is the only Historically Black College and University on the list.

Howard Students Opt For Alternative Spring Break

Hundreds of students give up their spring break to make a difference in the community. This year students volunteered in Detroit, Atlanta, New Orleans, DC, and new for this year.

Howard University Plans to CUT 20 Undergraduate Degree Programs #BuzzKiller?

Ribeau insists these changes aren't driven by finances, he says that to remain competitive.

Early Library Closing time Receives Unpopular Reviews from Students #BuzzKiller

The William Alexander Library for Dillard University students, now closes at 11 p.m.

Are the Black Churches Failing HBCU’s?

Arthur explains that our Majorly Gross Black Churches in Charlotte numbering in 890, don't help our Black Schools. With Churches making some $50 to $60 Billion Dollars Annually, why are our HBCU's in such dire straights?

Is Sagging Pants Really a Big Deal? #BuzzKiller

Sagging pants has become a nationwide epidemic amongst young males all around the world. Sagging is defined by Merriam Webster’s Dictionary as to hang down unevenly, to droop.

R.I.P. Jasmine Crenshaw Central State Student Athlete Drowned in Orlando #BuzzKiller

HBCUStudents have come together to spread the word of her disappearance, but later sending a condolences because of her death from our fellow family member in our Black Community

BSU-TV’s Derek Lymus Selected CIAA Broadcaster of the Year

The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Sports Information Directors Association (CIAA-SIDA) has awarded John Dell of the Winston-Salem Journal and Derek Lymus of Bowie State University Television (BSU-TV), CIAA Sportswriter and Broadcaster of the Year, respectively.

Students Speak & File Lawsuit to Stop merge plans UNO & SUNO

Southern University at New Orleans alumni, students and supporters gathered at SUNO’s gymnasium Jan. 26 to protest the proposed merger with the University of New Orleans.


Governor of the Commonwealth Of Penn Tom Corbett announced his intention to cut the Commonwealth’s investment in all state-owned universities & America’s Oldest Historically Black University Cheyney.

Is It Worth Going to Howard University?

HU Reaction went around campus and asked students 3 questions: 1. Why did you decide to go to Howard? 2. How have you changed since you've been at Howard? and 3. Is It Worth Going to Howard University...?


Theres no doubt in my mind that this was going to happen soon. Numerous of Students, Faculty & people from the Community receive the usual $40 dollar ticket, Without Warning. Some Students received up to 8 tickets within the same week....

Hampton Student Crashes Into Liquor Store #BuzzKiller

Hampton University student crashed into an ABC liquor store in Virginia. Hampton University student Brittany Porter was particularly surprised by how fast news of this accident spread.

“Education is Key” Sheryl Lee Ralph @ Bowie State University

Today, March 1, 2011; she left me with a mind moving message. "Shift the Tide"