HBCU Swag Your Marketing And Branding

Students attending HBCUs should be engaged in educational and leadership building opportunities. Students; freshmen to seniors marketing themselves and having a strong personal brand helps to set...

Michael Brown: Tip of the Iceberg

Literally, I am sick to my stomach. Events that have transpired seem very apocalyptic. Everyone please get right with Jesus. I don't know why we (my we=black...

Support Reauthorization of the HBCU Historic Preservation Program

When we learn from our history—the stories and people and places that make up our collective past—we absorb the lessons taught to us over generations and use...

NCCU’s Institute for Civic Engagement And Social Change Threatened With Closure

This week a working group of the University of North Carolina System Board of Governors recommended the closing of three research institutes at three separate UNC System...

3 ways to create inner transformation

While in Washington, D.C. last week for the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington with a few American Baptist College classmates--and students from Morehouse, Alabama State and...

HBCUs Need to Seek Leaders from Nontraditional Sources

by Caleph B. Wilson In this environment of limited educational funds, stable leadership is the key to ensuring the health of any university. However, unsteady leadership acutely impacts historically...

Morehouse Man Looking To Inspire A Generation

Ivan Gaskin is a 2016 Graduate of Morehouse College graduating with a degree in Computer Science. During his time at Morehouse, Ivan was active on campus as...

Understanding as an Art: The Value of Wisdom

Being a student at Central State University taught me to be thankful of the things I have while being ambitious for the things I wish for. Central...

Dr. Beverly Tatum: ‘Change Comes From Persisting Anyway’

This story is a part of the series “Presidents Corner” about the unique experiences, vision and leadership styles of each president at our nation’s 107 historically black...

For-Profit Colleges: Good for Black Students?

While black students are between 10 and 13 percent of the students at two- and four-year public colleges, they're 22 percent of for-profit colleges. What's going on? Here's...

8 Things HBCU Graduates Should Do Before Attending Their First Homecoming as Alumni

Contributing Author: Taylor Bembery  Twitter: @taylorbembery You’ve made it across the stage at commencement and now you have the bragging rights of being an alumnus of your perspective...

Important Factors Students Must Keep in Mind While Selecting Cell phone Plans

Considering how much they talk between themselves and with their parents, cheap cell phone plans are extremely important for all college-going students. Cell phones don’t come cheap;...

Should Rand Paul receive credit for outreach to black community at Howard?

By Tommy Meade, HBCU Buzz Dear Rand Paul, Please Return to Howard..set the record straight and visit 40 other HBCU's...Note: It will pay off in the long...

9 Things I Learned From My Summer Internship

Through the help of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund I was able to participate in an all-expenses paid internship program with the United States Department of Agriculture....

Central State University Bans Smoking on Campus

After Vice President, Joe Biden, rebutted Congressman Paul Ryan’s point of view on Libya as, “a bunch of malarkey,” I try to be that one cool guy...

Dream Defenders occupy Florida state capitol to repeal ‘Stand Your Ground’ laws

After the George Zimmerman verdict student activists known as the Dream Defenders rushed to the state of Florida to strategize and plan how they would bring about justice to...

Black Women Making Strides in Higher Education

The real good news, bad news. No, black women are not the most educated group in the US, but we are making major strides in higher education. There have...

My Final Homecoming as an Undergraduate Student

Homecoming is a grand celebration at universities across the nation. The name alone gives everyone a rush as they return to their roots to show their love...

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