HBCU Grads Outperform Black Graduates of Predominately White Institutions

African-Americans who graduate from a historically Black college or university do better financially than Blacks who graduate from traditionally white colleges and universities, according to a new study by economists at Morehouse College and Howard University.

Top High School Senior in the Country Will Pursue Degree at FAMU

FAMU Newsroom TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – On June 29, National Achievement Award Finalist, Bryan Anderson, will begin the pursuit of a degree in computer engineering at Florida Agricultural and...

HBCU Young Alumni Series: Life After Graduation ft. Tisha Jaye

The purpose of the HBCU Young Alumni Series is to documents the journeys of success stories in the making. This project is dedicated to graduates who managed to do...

Top 7 Reasons why People attend HBCUs by HBCUinterview

Top 7 Reasons why People attend HBCUs by HBCUinterview Take a break from life and find out 7 powerful reasons why the youth choose HBCUs as their institution...

Do Black Students Learn Better from Black Teachers?

As HBCU students, alumni, supporters and enthusiasts, most are obviously aware that the majority of the campuses are predominately African-American. There is diversity typically within the institution’s faculty...

From the PWI(Predominately White Institution) to the HBCU

My experience going from predominantly white institutions to Howard University was the best thing that ever happened to me.

Is Sagging Pants Really a Big Deal? #BuzzKiller

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.

What’s Up With Bowie State’s Radio Station?

The biggest names in the country have graced the campus of historically black Bowie State University including, President Barak Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, and Minister Louis...

Iota Founder John D. Slade On The Wonderful Life of Founder Albert “Bus” Hicks

I have long considered the fact that quite a few of the Iota founders are still living among us today to be one of our greatest treasures...

Alpha Phi Alpha General President Herman “Skip” Mason, Jr. visits Virginia Union University

       Herman “Skip” Mason, Jr., the 33rd General President of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. came to visit the ‘hollow grounds and dear old walls’ of Virginia...

The Importance of a Woman’s Hair by Aria Newton

As an African American woman in the black community one must understand how important the upkeep of our hair is.

The Thirst is Real: Describing the Desperation in Detail

“Can I offer you a drink?” A co-worker asked this question and I laughed during another experience of what is adequately described as  "the thirst." "Thirsty" or "thirst"...

HBCU’s Strive Towards President Obama’s Collegiate Challenge by Ayvaunn Penn

The HBCUs are taking immediate steps making plans to rise to President Obama’s challenge: for the United States to have the highest percentage of college graduates by...

The Importance of Political Awareness

For decades our ancestors bled, fought and died in order to ensure our rights as equal citizens. The Ku Klux Klan, than a legal militant terrorist organization, developed...

Abandoning the Art of Reading : Articulate Moment by April Thornton

Why does some African American college students abandon the art of reading?

Howard University Students Protest Trayvon Martin’s Shooting

The students stood silently on the Howard University quad Thursday night and grasped red bags of Skittles high over their heads in memory of Trayvon Martin. Martin, a...

The HBCU Experience by Dior Ginyard

HBCU’s are known throughout America for developing gifted African American men and women that are ready to take on challenges and obstacles that life has in store...

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By: Anayka Pomare, HBCU Buzz staff writer What if the cure for cancer is trapped inside the mind of someone who can’t afford an education? Is it me or...

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