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Southern University Welcoming Back Grad David Banner

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It looks like David Banner is finally coming back home to Southern University. Born in Jackson, MS, the rapper, record producer and actor wrote on...

Lil Mo’s Daughter Accepted To HBCU, North Carolina A&T State University

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College acceptance letters are being mailed to prospective students just in time for them to celebrate and share the exciting news with their families....

Hampton University Suicide Being Investigated by Police

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Police in Hampton, Virginia are investigating a death that happened on the campus of Hampton University. It is believed to have taken place in the William...

Anthony Anderson Plans To Graduate Howard University Class Of 2022 With His Son

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Anthony Anderson has big plans in the works. The Black-ish star tells Jimmy Fallon that he’s on the road to graduating from Howard University...

New York Knicks’ Attendance Hits Rock Bottom After HBCU Grad Spike Lee Incident

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Karma, at least for last night, was real. After being involved in a messy disagreement with their biggest and most celebrated fan, Spike Lee, the New...

Another Fake Kappa Member Is Exposed

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Everybody wants to be a sorority and fraternity member, but no one wants to do work. Take Pastor Mark Burns for example. Burns made quite a...

This 16 Year Old Is Heading To NCCU With 1.5 Million In Scholarships

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For New Bern, N.C., native, Ny’Quasia Brown, the dream of attending college was one she was set on realizing. On June 15, 2019, the Jacksonville,...

Spelman Tops HBCUs on the 2015 Forbes ‘America’s Best Colleges’ List

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Earlier this week, Forbes released its America’s Top Colleges Ranking 2015. For the institutions that made the cut, current students, alumni, professors, and prospective...

VIDEO – South Carolina State President Addresses Closure Vote

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South Carolina State University President Thomas Elzey addresses the State's House Ways and Means subcommittee to close the university for one year. Few resent...

Top 5 HBCU Classics to Visit 2015

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All HBCU attendees know that fall semester means football classic time, and we all know that it is so much more than just two...

14 Degree Programs Discontinued At NC Black Colleges

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One of the greatest things about going to a university is the many, many majors to choose from exploring technology, thoughts and ideas, and...

NAACP Prez Cornell William Brooks Brings In Commencement Address At Jackson State

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Cornell William Brooks, President and CEO of the NAACP, is bringing in the commencement address at Jackson State University today, and you can now...

AKA Ring Leader Charged With 6 Counts of Prostitution and More in FVSU Pimping...

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Seven people are facing jail time due to a scandal that rocked Fort Valley State University. According to The Atlanta-Journal Constitution, Alecia Jeanetta Johnson, 49, allegedly served as a ring...

How TSU SGA President and Mister TSU Schooled Emmy Nominated Reporter

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So here is what happened. Within the past few weeks, the campus has had to say farewell to a few students, hosting multiple prayer gatherings...

VIDEO – Terrence J Discusses The Importance Of HBCUs With Larry King

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Terrence J was recently invited to the - The White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans through “Champions of Change” from Historically Black...

First HBCU-Inspired Elementary School Opens in Jacksonville, Florida

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Becoming Collegiate Academy has become Jacksonville's first Historically Black College and University-inspired elementary school. 

Meet Marilyn Mosby, Tuskegee Grad Overseeing the Freddie Gray Investigation

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(NBC)  Baltimore’s state’s attorney probably did not expect to be thrust into the national spotlight during her fourth month on the job. And yet Marilyn...

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Top 22 HBCU Stories of 2014

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Charles Dickens writes in his novel A Tale of Two Cities, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it...