Editorial

Phillip Agnew Says to FAMU Students: “When Will You Answer the Call?”

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Certainly by now you have heard of the Dream Defenders, the product of some 60 students of color who organized a march in response to...

Professor Gets Obamas Attention, Now Asking HBCU Questions

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Raider Nation Times To inspire “hot” discussions in class, I often raise questions and let the students debate and use mathematical or statistical data to...

How 21st Century Tech Has Reinvented Our Leisure Time

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As a student, you get a decent amount of spare time between lectures, seminars, study, sports, and social occasions. While you probably won’t want...

Five Challenges Black Fraternities Must Address in 2014

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By Eddie Francis For more than a century, an effective leadership network for black male college students has existed with dynamic results. The fraternities of the...

Ronald Mason Jr. Tells Us to Commit to Making Progress Everyday

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This story is a part of the series "President's Corner" about the unique experiences, vision and leadership styles of each president at our nation's...

Southern Student Remi Hill Fights Battles With Creativity And A Canvas

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Remi Hill doesn’t remember the exact age she began drawing, but her mother told her she has been quite artistic since age 3. As she...

Guiltless Sandusky: The Monster Behind the Penn State Scandal

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Disgraced former Penn State defensive coordinator and alleged child molester Jerry Sandusky, who was arrested on Nov.5 for charges of sexually harassing eight boys...

What Rich People Do That Poor People Don’t

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One of the things that I am all too familiar with since attending a historically black college or university (HBCU) is what you do...

Protest For Progress In Memphis

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Greater Imani Church in Memphis, TN reached full capacity on Monday as citizens from all around Shelby County came to meet with city leaders to...

A Cupcake a Day, Keeps the Doctor Away?

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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.

The United States vs. Billie Holiday Explores Systematic Racism In The Not-So-Distant Past

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On Tuesday February 23, 2021, we hosted our latest HBCU Movie Night, and it was a moving way to honor Black History Month. It’s...

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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...

An Essay By UMES Grad Antoine Cobb

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I am the only child of a high school graduate and a high school dropout. Both were substance abusers the majority of their adult...

HBCUs’ Role in the Social Justice Movement

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Quite often, critics question the relevancy and value of historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) to contemporary society. More troubling is that many of...

Recovery Still In Effect For Fathers Of Trayvon Martin And Ron Davis

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On October 11 at the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, The Campaign for for Black Male Achievement and the Perception Institute presented its third...

Toni Morrison’s Papers Will Go to Princeton? Not Howard.

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I respect the work Toni Morrison has done--line by line and page by page. Her work has influenced the nation in many ways, and if we...

President Barack Obama Full of Optimism

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The best word to describe President Barack Obama's last the State of the Union address: optimism. Obama's the SOTU speech yesterday was no doubt a historic...

5 Ways To Ace The Transition From College Grad To First Job

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It can be tough for any college grad to figure out how to find their way when they start their first job, but it can be...