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Former athlete files civil lawsuit against Bethune-Cookman – Buzz Killer

A former Bethune-Cookman women's basketball player has filed a civil lawsuit against the university, alleging a "climate of fear and intimidation" led to her...

FAMU TV 20 Presents the 2011 Homecoming TV Special and Webcasts

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

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

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

Google representatives recruit Hampton University students

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

Council of Engineering Deans of the HBCUs recently hosted the Advancing Minorities

The theme of this year’s conference was “Impacting Tomorrow’s Workforce Transition.” The conference, hosted by the Roy G. Perry College of Engineering, takes place annually...

VIDEO – Design team allows first look inside Huntington Hall FVSU

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.

Fort Valley State University designated a military friendly school

G.I. Jobs, a magazine for military personnel transitioning into civilian life, has awarded Fort Valley State University the designation of “military friendly school.” The...

Drugs, Infidelity Highlight New Walter Payton Biography

"Sweetness: The Enigmatic Life of Walter Payton”, a  biography about the late great NFL running back written by Sports Illustrated  columnist Jeff Pearlman is...

Fayetteville State officials tell state lawmakers lost revenue hurting school

Fayetteville State University officials told state lawmakers Wednesday how state budget cuts have hurt the school, but they also talked about the effect of...

Alabama A&M has connection to civil rights icon Joseph Lowery birthday celebration

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- Alabama A&M University will play a special role next month in the 90th birthday celebration of Rev. Joseph Lowery, the renowned...

Little-Known Black History Fact: South Carolina State University School of Law

From 1947 until 1966, South Carolina State University, a historically black college, had a school of law. Located in Orangeburg, South Carolina, South Carolina...

Opening of Chidley North, Nursing Building Mark Period of Growth for NCCU

North Carolina Central University Chancellor Charlie Nelms will cut ribbons Wednesday on two new buildings that stand as testament to the significant growth happening...

FAMU Alumni Rob Hardy and Will Packer Launch Bounce TV

Florida A&M University (FAMU) alumni Will Packer and Rob Hardy will launch Bounce TV this fall, the first African-American digital multicast broadcast network geared...

Focus on Historically Black Colleges in Degree Completion

To meet President Obama's goal to have the country lead the world in having the most college graduates by 2020, administration officials say every...

Alabama State Board Names Two Facilities, Approves 2011-12 Budget

ASU’s Board of Trustees held a meeting Friday, during which members voted to honor two longtime baseball coaches, as well as a beloved Mighty...

VIDEO – Orlando Brown – South Carolina State Alum Found Dead at 40

Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said Saturday there were no obvious signs of trauma or foul play and no suspicious factors surrounding Brown's death. He says it may take weeks before test results help determine the cause of death.

Endowed Chair Named After Black Labor Pioneers – Howard University

The first ever endowed chair in the Department of Afro-American Studies was named Wednesday in honor of two “working folks” who were also pioneers...