How the HBCU Experience Prepared Me for Ivy League School, Life

When I graduated from Dillard University on May 10, 2014, I was the first person in my family, like many others that day, to graduate from college....

How To Survive A Group Project In College

Group work is a necessary part of college. Collaborative learning is becoming a central element in the educational system, and many school projects depend on solid team...

Delaware State University Student Walks with Elephants

When Katie Ommanney looks into the eyes of an elephant, she sees a person inside them. "They have emotions, they have personalities," Ommanney said. "I know that I...

Why Black College Students Should Boycott Sallie Mae

Where is the lie? Because this is a serious matter. Why should all black college students and in particular HBCU students join together to boycott Sallie Mae, a...

5 Things You Should Accomplish This Spring

By Itopia Mills, HBCU Buzz Staff Writer 2015 is here! and there are so many great things to look forward to with this upcoming spring semester at our...

A Cupcake a Day, Keeps the Doctor Away?

Articulate Moment by April C. Thornton: We are attentive to our hectic school schedule, but we neglect to provide the proper nourishment for our bodies.

Occupying Federal Grounds: Advocating Change in Charlotte

He wakes up, lines up his watches, cleans his toothbrush, restocks his shaving cream, and polishes his shoes. Then as he proceeds to lock up his tent, he takes...

Why Must I Defend My HBCU Education to Black People Who Went Elsewhere?

Gawker: Julian Kimble I was destined to attend a historically black college or university (HBCU) once my parents met at Delaware State decades ago. Fate resulted in a...

Welcome Class of 2016: Letter from the Editor

To the Class of 2016, congratulations. You have done it. You have proved many wrong, and you have made your family, friends, and most importantly, yourselves proud....

Why Everyone is Fired Up With Quinnite Nation

This story is a part of the series “Presidents Corner” about the unique experiences, vision and leadership styles of each president at our nation’s 107 historically black...

What Obama’s speech on Trayvon Martin and race in America means

On July 19, 2013, President Obama held an 18 minute press briefing where he discussed the George Zimmerman verdict, race relations in America, and what we can...

Students, Studies and Online Dating

Today, we have thousands of students online making use of various online dating platforms to find their perfect date. It’s also important to stress that not everyone schooling...

Student Government Association: Three Reasons to Join

By HBCU Lifestyle, The student body is involved in almost every event in the school, especially activities that require student participation like sports meets, rallies, student conventions, freshman...

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 doctors and lawyers,...

U.S. Republicans Today: A Collection of 21st Century Liars and Hypocrites

Imagine if today’s Republicans were not so deceptive, conniving, and dishonest—President Barack Obama would have successfully completed a lot more work during his first term. Coming into...

The Upset – Diamond Editorial

Dating is fun, but it can be tricky. From picking someone you are mentally stimulated by; versus the person who gets your hormones jumping. It is hard...

How Howard U. Keeps Setting the Standard

There’s no other Black college in the nation more famous, more prominent, more respected and more cherished than ‘The Mecca,’ Howard University. 5 of the 9 Black Greek...

Players, Owners to Blame for NBA Lockout

On the heels of one of the most entertaining seasons in recent memory, the NBA owners and players could not agree on a new deal over Basketball...

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