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...

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...

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.

NYPD’s “Blue Code of Silence” Screams Injustice & Prejudice

Earlier this month, a New York Police Department narcotics officer (often shortened to narc), blew a troublesome police scandal wide-open when he testified against corruption inside the...

Bean Pies and Bow Ties by April C. Thornton

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 religious backgrounds? Take...

Morehouse Is First Stop on Table of Brotherhood Project Discussion of King

The Rev. Otis Moss Jr. ’56 took the Table of Brotherhood Project audience on a quick oral tour of the Auburn Avenue that Martin Luther King Jr....

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...

U.S Officials Confirm “Credible But Unconfirmed” Threat on 9/11 Anniversary

Washington, D.C.—United States officials have indicated a “specific, credible but unconfirmed” threat against the United States on the 10th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks. The Department...

The HBCU Experience #inmyOwnWords by Dominique McDonald Howard University

Initially, we sough to pen an article on why Howard University student (at the time this article was written) Dominique McDonald chose her major in Public Relations,...

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

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

Overcoming Depression — How To Beat Depression During College At An HBCU

During my five years at HBCU Central State University in Wilberforce, I had a hard time dealing with depression. According to the Oxford dictionary, depression is feelings...

Articulate Moment With YOU!

Are you a writer of great intelligence? Are you constantly writing and feel the need to share with your peers? WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!

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.
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Nancy Grace, 2 Chainz Stirs the Pot About Marijuana

Updated 2:01 pm 1/16/2015 Nancy Grace invites rapper 2 Chainz on to her HLN show for a surprisingly amazing debate over the legalization of marijuana. During the debate the...

Long Live the King Part III—The Promised Land

In the past two weeks, I have been writing about the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. in anticipation of the unveiling of the MLK monument on...

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.

Hip-hop: From Conscious to Mainstream

Hip-hop originated as a way out of oppression for those whose lives were affected by injustice, lawlessness and corruption. As time has gone by, the primary focus...

Feature Faculty: Dr. Cynthia Neverdon-Morton of Coppin State University

Feature Faculty: Dr. Cynthia Neverdon-Morton of Coppin State University “A graduate of Howard University with a Ph.D. in United States History with concentrations in African and Latin American...

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