CAU Sophomore Killed in Shooting Near AUC Catholic Student Center
CAU officials have confirmed that sophomore college baseball player Jatonne Sterling was killed in a shooting near campus.
Howard Swim and Dive Team Wins First Swim Championship in 34 years
Howard University's Swim and Dive Team has made history with its first championship in 34 years.
White Student Sues Howard University For Alleged Racial Discrimination
The Howard University School of Law is facing a $2 million lawsuit for racial discrimination from a white student alleging the school created a "hostile education environment."
VP Kamala Harris Meets With HBCU Student Journalists and Representatives
Vice President Kamala Harris along with Senior Advisor for Public Engagement Keisha Lance Bottoms, hosted a briefing with HBCU student journalists and representatives.
PVAMU Becomes First HBCU to Lead a National University Transportation Center
Prairie View A&M University has been selected by the U.S. Department of Transportation to lead a national-tier University Transportation Center (UTC), making the school the first HBCU to lead a national UTC.
North Carolina HBCU Students Meet With Lawmakers to Advocate For HBCUs
Students from North Carolina Historically Black Colleges and Universities met with lawmakers in Raleigh to call on their support for HBCUs.
Howard Names Phylicia Rashad Toni Morrison Chair in Arts & Humanities
Howard University announced that Phylicia Rashad will become the university's inaugural Toni Morrison Endowed Chair in Arts and Humanities.
AUCC Students & Faculty Denounce Atlanta Public Safety Training Center
Some students and faculty members in the AUCC are joining the fight against plans to build a new police training facility in Atlanta.
Morehouse College to Partner with Ida B. Wells Society
Morehouse College is partnering with the Ida B. Wells Society for Investigative Reporting to support the future generation of journalism.
Fort Valley State Receives Approval For Nursing Program
Fort Valley State University is accepting applications for the inaugural class of its new nursing program, which has been approved by the Georgia Board of Nursing.
B-CU Students Continue to Protest, Organize Lock In and March to City Hall
Students at Bethune-Cookman University are demanding action from school officials, continuing their protest against school conditions into day three.
Howard Receives $90M to Lead Military Research Center
Howard University has been awarded a $90 million Pentagon contract for research development, making it the first HBCU to serve as a university-affiliated research center (UARC.)
Students at Bethune Cookman Protest School Conditions Amid Ed Reed Departure
Just days after former NFL star Ed Reed announced that he would no longer be going forward with his position as head coach at Bethune Cookman University, students at the school are protesting and calling for new leadership.
Paine College Partners With Leading Georgia Medical Research Institution
Paine College has entered a new partnership with the cannabis research institution Botanical Sciences.
NCAT Professor’s Classroom Dress Code Sparks Viral Debate
NCAT Professor Under Fire On Social Media For Classroom Dress Code that Bans Hoodies, Durags, and 'Twerk Shorts.'
DSU Students Demand Action From University in Anti-Sexual Assault Protest
On Wednesday, students at Delaware State University came together to protest against on campus sexual assault and demand action from the administration and the Delaware State University Police Department.
XULA Partners with Ochsner Health To Create New Medical School
Xavier University of Louisiana has partnered with healthcare giant, Ochsner Health to create the first HBCU medical school in Louisiana.
Simmons College of Kentucky Partners with University of Kentucky
Simmons College of Kentucky has announced that it is entering a partnership with the University of Kentucky (UK) to provide more courses for students interested in working in legal or educational fields.