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Women in Entertainment | Kim Coles, Rocsi Diaz,Valeisha Butterfield, Joi Brown-Pits, Richelle Cross

They all agreed that it is imperative that women pay their dues in the male-dominated industry

Morgan State University Professor Asante has his Story told on CNN

M.K. Asante Jr. is an accomplished author, filmmaker and educator. Born in Zimbabwe to American

Grambling State University Mass Communications Student Wins UNCF $5,000 Scholarship for Essay

Deasirae Woodard a scholarship check for $5,000 to go towards her education.

Kentucky State University Men’s Basketball Coach Announces Resignation

Men's basketball program, Head Coach Clarence Moore, Jr. announced his resignation

Rocket engineer teaches UMES Course

Ricky Stanfield has worked on some of America’s critical defense and science projects over the past 20 years, including Army tactical hardware, Navy missile-flight tests and payload development for NASA’s sounding rockets.

Alabama State University to Graduate its First Ph.D. Students in Microbiology

Three international students will make history Saturday, May 7 as the first graduates of ASU's microbiology Ph.D. program.

The Always Alcorn Annual Fund Campaign kicks off new expectations

An enthusiastic crowd gathered on the Campus Plaza at Alcorn State University on April 28, 2011, at 12

St. Augustine College Student barred from Graduation Ceremony because of a Facebook Post

Barred from graduation after statements he made on the school's Facebook page.

Fire Breaks Out in Bowie State University resident building (CMRC) Christa McAuliffe Residential Community

Fire breaks out on Bowie States Campus at 3pm on the 1st floor of resident building CMRC

Bethune Cookman University Mourns Passing of Former Golf Coach Gary Freeman

Former BCU Golf Head Coach Dr. Gary Freeman passed away Tuesday morning. He was 78.

Delaware State University Celebrates Earth Day; Go Green!

The day began with a “Green Eggs and Ham” breakfast followed by a program, both in the Martin Luther King Student Center.

Three Delaware State University Alumni Inducted into Del. Afro-American Sports Hall of Fame

Three alumni of DSU were inductee class of the Delaware Afro-America Sports Hall of Fame

Pirates (Hampton University) bulk up with three basketball signees

Ed Joyner's 2011 recruiting class at Hampton University is proof it pays to be persistent — and that it helps to be a little lucky.

Eight HBCUs Host Ending Violence Against Women Events to Promote Denim Day

3,500 Students Participated in Denim Day is a project of Peace Over Violence

Bowie State University to Host Girls Wellness Conference

Henry Wise Wellness Center will coordinate with the organization, Every Girl Can, in holding the 4th Annual "Smart Image" Conference: Healthy Body, Healthy Image Saturday, May 7 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Prairie View A&M University Flight Team to Compare DNA Radiation Damage

Group of students are developing a “biology cannon” whether x-rays are more harmful to human DNA

South Carolina State University’s Police Chief Receives Criminal Justice Award

Bartley, a 20-year law enforcement veteran, received the award recently at the SC

Florida A&M University Launches Online Store, e-Rattler.com

Florida A&M University (FAMU) announced the launch of its new online store, e-Rattler.com. The new online store, powered and supplied through Cintas