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Cengage And UNCF Announce Free Cengage Unlimited Subscriptions For HBCU Students

Cengage and UNCF (United Negro College Fund) today announced a program to provide 1,000 students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities...

Morgan MBA Students Selected For Inaugural Hennessy Fellows Program

WASHINGTON, DC – Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) and Hennessy announced today, the selection of the inaugural cohort of the Hennessy Fellows. Three of...

Howard University Grad Toni Morrison Has Died At 88

Howard University graduate Toni Morrison died Monday night, her publisher confirms to Associated Press. She was 88 years old. Vulture...

Lane College President Delivers State Of The College Address: ‘I Count It All Joy’

(Lane College President Logan Hampton detailed the State of the College while addressing the Lane College National Alumni Association Annual Meeting...

Barack Obama Loves HBCUs & They Love Him Back

The 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama, knows the importance of historically Black colleges and universities.

Howard University Hospital And Adventist HealthCare Enter Letter Of Intent Agreement

WASHINGTON  – Howard University Hospital (HUH) and Adventist HealthCare today announced they have signed a non-binding Letter of Intent to explore partnership opportunities. The...

Alcorn National Alumni Association Makes History, Charters First Ever South Florida Chapter In Miami

Faithful Alcorn State University alumni have teamed up to form the university's first charted alumni chapter in the state of...

Hampton Alum, Sashi Brown joins Washington Wizards

More than a year after being relieved from his duties with the Cleveland Browns, Sashi Brown, Hampton University Alumni is reentering...

Tennessee State University Ranked Among The Safest College Campuses In America

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – Tennessee State University is among the safest college campuses in the nation, a new report shows. The National Council for...

5 Things You Need To Know In HBCU Community Today

“I am beyond blessed! Before this opportunity, I was at a point where I didn’t know if I wanted to continue with my passion for entertainment and television but it looks like God had other plans for me,” Jaelon Hodges said.

Colleges And Universities Now Offering Degrees In Marijuana

Several schools are now offering undergraduate and advanced degrees in the study of marijuana as the cannabis industry surges.
Aida Correa and William Jackson Kids Camp Organizers for Kids Camp Jacksonville 2019

Digital Innovation And Integration Empowering Global Kids

The unmistakable truth to mastering technology is the reality that 80% of careers require some level to tech knowledge.The ability to read and comprehend what is being read and following directions is important. Comprehension is Key.

Rickey Smiley To Take Tom Joyner’s Popular Morning Show To ’A New And Expanded...

Rickey Smiley will replace legendary Tom Joyner, host of the Tom Joyner Morning Show, as Joyner announced his plans to...

Bennett College Names New Prez

Bennett College has named Suzanne Walsh, an executive with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation as its next president. Just...

UnitedHealth Invests Over Than $8M in HBCU Data Science Training

UnitedHealth Group is making a five-year, $8.25 million investment to help train data science and analytics experts at Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College, Morehouse School...

Bennett College Officials Are Not Saying Why President Phyllis Worthy Dawkins Left, And Why...

Officials at four colleges announced the abrupt departure of their presidents last week — Marist, Muhlenberg, Auburn and, in North Carolina, Bennett College. Officials at...

Central State University Grad, Austin Oten’s New Clothing Brand Is Definitely Black Meets Skate-Punk

Last May, Central State University graduate Austin Oten released his new clothing brand, Wrath, which is a skate-punk clothing brand...

Watching ‘When They See Us’ Is An Act Of Social Justice

Apparently, no one was ready for Ava DuVernay’s recent series, When They See Us. Across social media, discourse about the movie...

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