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GSU Junior Miniya Shabazz Becomes New Member of the ESPN Family

Miniya Shabazz has been quite involved as a GSU student journalist, she's worked as an editor of her campus newspaper ,with the university's media bureau and local...

Southern University Grad Andrea Brew Writes Book, ‘Twas the Night Before Bayou Classic

SHORT BOOK DESCRIPTION: It is the eve of the Bayou Classic, and a family of Southern University fans are filled with anticipation and blue-and-gold spirit. Find out what happens when...

EdCamp – An Opportunity for HBCUs to Participate and Contribute

The exposure to the collaboration with educators with years of experience is important for new educators and pre-service educators that attend HBCUs choosing a...

Southern Student Remi Hill Fights Battles With Creativity And A Canvas

Remi Hill doesn’t remember the exact age she began drawing, but her mother told her she has been quite artistic since age 3. As she...

To All My HBCU Alums, Here’s Why We Should Support BET’s ‘The Quad’

On February 1, BET premiered a new drama series entitled The Quad. The program executively produced by the likes of Rob Hardy, Felicia D....

The Hidden Magic In Children Of Color

How many girls of color are super smart in mathematics, how many want to be engineers, how many girls of color want to be...

Here’s Everything You Need To Know About Graduating From College Debt-Free

Yesterday, I did a Facebook Live interview with Kevin Y. Brown, author of 10 Ways Anyone Can Graduate From College Debt-Free and founder of...

There Are More Hidden Figures Around Us

Taylor Richardson, attending “Hidden Figures” premiere at the White House 2016 Dedicated to the past Hidden Figures that allowed girls and boys to embrace...

21 Essential Blogging Tips For HBCU Students

What does it take to be a blogger and social media influencer? The ability to create content and share on social media is a process...

HBCU True Life: I Don’t Know What I’m Doing After College And That’s Okay

Well, it's that time of the year again. It's the end of another break, and the Spring semester is drawing nigh. Usually, I'm very...

2017 – The Year To Blog And Develop Content

Digital content creation is prevalent on the web, an increase in blogging, microblogging, podcasting and other forms of digital media is expanding across the...

HBCUs Must Inspire The Next Generation Of Bloggers

The growth of blogging has transformed beyond the basics of text, there is now video blogging, micro blogging, podcasting and a host of other...

Africans Are Developing The Art Of Writing And Blogging

As an instructor in the College of Education and Urban Studies at Edward Waters College, the instructional goal is to reach students to make...

Building African Bloggers And Innovators In 2017

“What should we be doing going forward?” Africans can save Africa: Arnold Ekpe at TEDxEuston There are millions of potential brother and sister bloggers in...

What Happens When The Spelman Woman Is A Spel-Man?

Spelman College is a historically black college for women located in Atlanta. At least, that's what the college's website says. But the black college is not...

HBCU 101: Here’s What You Need To Know To Maximize Your Success At College

College is the best four years of your life, they say. But those four years at college can also be rough. With this in mind, Founder...

The 5 Biggest Misconceptions About HBCUs

Many think that historically black colleges and universities (HBCU) promote racism or believe that these institutions aren't diverse — both are entirely false and...

26 Things I Learned From TEDx That Can Be Applied To HBCUs

Lessons learned from watching and attending a TEDx event need to be applied to HBCUs to provide continued development for HBCU students’. TEDTALKS and...
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Meet Howard University DJ Morgan KTA

Morgan Williams aka Morgan KTA is a sophomore, African American Studies major, History minor from Los Angeles, CA. She is also one of the rising...