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Warning to HBCU Grads Planning to Attend PWI’s For Grad School

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Lawrence Ross, author of “Blackballed: The Black and White Politics of Race on America’s Campuses,” warned HBCU grads planning to attend PWI’s that the...

Is Sagging Pants Really a Big Deal? #BuzzKiller

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Sagging pants has become a nationwide epidemic amongst young males all around the world. Sagging is defined by Merriam Webster’s Dictionary as to hang down unevenly, to droop.

DIY Garden Projects to Amaze Your Loved One

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Are there zones in your garden that have lost their former attractiveness, and you would like to renovate them to make your beloved a...

Entertainment Manager Yandy Smith Talks Value of Black College Experience

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The summer break is in full swing for many of you college students. And although I’m sure you’ve already applied and been accepted to...

Before You Become Greek, Ask Yourself: Who Am I?

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Quality begins on the inside... and then works its way out.  ~Bob Moawad Black Greek Letter Organizations (BGLOs) were created for a purpose. The push...

HBCU Student, Lanique Williams Talks about Going the Extra Mile

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Going the Extra Mile Lanique Williams Lanique.williams12@gmail.com FRANKFORT, Ky. -- Determined to go to New Zealand for an internship to study psychology Deshon Floyd started out by...

Celebrity Choreographer Dave Scott Talks his Journey, Greek Step Culture, Debbie Allen and More

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By Taylor Bembery     Twitter: @taylorbembery Celebrity choreographer, Dave Scott, danced his way from the streets of Compton to the big and small screen....

Does America care about Poverty anymore?

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It's evident that poverty is an issue that plagues our society, however, why does poverty seldom arise in public forums, like Presidential debates or...

Top Five HBCU Dj’s 2012

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DJ Chubb E. Swagg (Howard University) A native of Los Angeles, California , Dj Chubb E. Swagg, born Terrell Williams is a battle/club/mixtape disc...

Facebook User Posted About How He Feels ‘Sorry’ For The College Experience Of Black...

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I really do feel sorry for the overall college experience of black students who attended predominantly white institutions (PWIs) for undergraduate compared to the...

5 Ways To Ace The Transition From College Grad To First Job

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It can be tough for any college grad to figure out how to find their way when they start their first job, but it can be...

HBCU Grad To Release New Book Next Month

Dennis Richmond Jr. is continuing to beat the drum for historically black colleges and universities, or HBCUs, and next month he plans to drop...

5 Things to Keep in Mind During Finals Exams

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All-nighters in the library, visits to your professor’s office hours, group projects and turning assignments in online all before it hits 11:59PM. These things...

Learning the Business Side of the Tech Industry

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On Oct. 1, I received notice of an amazing opportunity to attend the 1st annual Black Enterprise AT&T TechConneXt Summit. Being selected was an...

New Teaching Standards May Threaten HBCU Education Programs

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by B. Denise Hawkins --- Nearly 40 years ago, Savannah State University (then Savannah State College) had a large, thriving, nationally accredited school of...

The Hidden Magic In Children Of Color

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

FAMU Graduate To Address Differences In Approach To Activism In New Short Film

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Filmmaker Shayla Racquel has decided to spotlight a recently re-surfaced debate that has some African-American families at odds. Is there a right or wrong...

Top 5 HBCU Homecomings 2015

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Homecoming at a historically black college or university (HBCU) is the time of the year when thousands of Black people unite back to what...