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Why We Still Need to Promote HBCU Exceptionalism

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Twitter is a fascinating, spontaneous, stream of consciousness social media outlet for users to tweet their thoughts and opinions on the Web for millions...

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

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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...

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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...

Long Live the King Part II- Reaching the Mountaintop

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"With this faith, we will be able to hew out of the mountain of despair, a stone of hope."- Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King,...

From the PWI(Predominately White Institution) to the HBCU

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

Data Shows Influx Of HBCU Enrollment From Twin Cities Students

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More and more students from the Twin Cities are finding their way to HBCUs! to Get the full story from Reg Chapman at CBS...

Lifting As I Climb: Mentorship, Community Service and the Importance of Giving Back

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Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth. -Muhammad Ali As I get older it has begun to dawn...

The Budget Baller (How to Dress Cool in College…Efficiently)

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There are only three things guaranteed in life: death, taxes, and being broke in college. It’s almost a rite of passage; “How to Survive...

The Thirst is Real: Describing the Desperation in Detail

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“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...

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

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

The Significance of HBCU Bands

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HBCUs were originally established in the late 1800's to transition African Americans into society towards the end of slavery. Not long after the establishment...

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...

Can President Obama Deliver for Us?

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(July 22, 2011 - Photo by Pool/Getty Images North America) The political buzz on HBCU campuses around the country has been what to make of...

Family Oriented – One reason Hampton Student Malik Jorden attends an HBCU

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  “I wanted to attend a HBCU because i felt like it was more of a family environment and they truly did care and want...

The HBCU Experience by Dior Ginyard

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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...

The Perils of Social Networks: What Classifies as ‘Too Much Information?’

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Ever wondered what exactly is too much? Well, if you ever find yourself on Twitter, then more than likely this question will come up....

Long Live the King Part I – King Still Rises Above his Adversaries

“Discrimination is a hell-hound that gnaws at Negroes in every waking moment of their lives.”—Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King,...

Bean Pies and Bow Ties by April C. Thornton

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Bean Pies and Bow Ties April C. Thornton Are individual’s perception of other religions triggered by historical events, media outlets or actually observing people from different...