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 New American Society : Breaking the Chain

By Dior Ginyard The Troy Davis story has taken over the social media platforms and news air waves over the past couple of days. Everyone, from college students...

Troy Davis’ legacy lives on after executuon

Troy Davis was to be executed tonight at 7 P.M. in a Georgia prison after being accused of killing Savannah police officer Mark MacPhail in August 1989....

Two HBCU Students Killed in the Past Two Weeks, When Will the Madness End?

Bowie State University was in the midst of celebrating its Homecoming on Thursday, September 15, when the student body received horrible news. Dominique T. Frazier was stabbed...

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...

Can President Obama Deliver for Us?

(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 President Obama’s efforts...

Long Live the King – Memorial Day – Washington DC

What a day to be in D.C. The enormous crowd, the warm sunny day, the energy—everything was perfect when I visited the MLK Memorial on Tuesday and indeed...

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...

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....

Long Live the King Part II- Reaching the Mountaintop

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

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, Jr. was the...

NFL, NBA Lockouts Overshadow U.S. Debt Ceiling Debates

On July 25th 2011, football fans who had been left in limbo since March had begun rejoicing on blogs and in barbershops all across America. It had...

Welcome to the University of Taste – Morgan State

It isn’t an everyday occurrence that you meet someone who not only wants to have there own clothing brand, but has also made his or her dream...

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

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

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...

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...

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,...

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...

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