Asia Martin To Host 2-Day Workshop For Free In Montgomery

Asia Martin is scheduled to host the "Believe In Your Legendary" workshop on March 11 and 12, and she's giving valuable insight into the world of HBCU dance. The...

Crowd Gathers To Welcome Roland Martin On Campus At Alcorn State University

Alcornites were given a special opportunity to be a part of an enlightening presentation by a guest lecturer. The Office of Student Engagement presented A Night With...

Rev. Jeremiah Wright and Church the HBCU Way in Washington DC

Sunday, 7:45 and 10:55 a.m.: HBCU (historically black colleges and universities) Sunday. Alumni and sorority and fraternity members may show their support to these academic institutions by...

Tatyana Ali To Speak At University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff

Pine Bluff, Ark. (August 24, 2017) – Actress, singer and activist Tatyana Ali will be the keynote speaker for the annual Lyceum event Thursday, September 7 at 10:30 a.m. at...

Bowie State University Celebrates 150-Year Anniversary With Its Oldest Graduate

105-Year-Old Graduate Reflects on School’s Impact on Her Life, Career Beatrice Payne, 105, remembers her days training to become a teacher at the school that would later become...

Today We Honor HBCU Professors For World Teachers Day

Today is World Teachers Day, 24 hours set aside to honor those remarkable human beings that curate the knowledge transfer process generation after generation in our country,...

Hampton University Revisits “A Different World” for Black History Month

Hampton University will put together several events specifically for Black History Month based upon the hit television sitcom A Different World! Who wish that they went to...

HBCU Young Alumni Series: Life After Graduation ft. Tisha Jaye

The purpose of the HBCU Young Alumni Series is to documents the journeys of success stories in the making. This project is dedicated to graduates who managed to do...

EdCamp – An Opportunity for HBCUs to Participate and Contribute

The exposure to the collaboration with educators with years of experience is important for new educators and pre-service educators that attend HBCUs choosing a career in education....

The Real HU: What You Missed at the 2015 Nations Football Classic

The Nations Football Classic, the ultimate historically black college and university (HBCU) reunion, proved to be a very eventful experience. The star-studded weekend united two college rivals,...

Virgin Islands HBCU To Host Youth Arts Festival

Join Reichhold Center’s Youth Moviemaking Workshop for this summer’s premiere of “Hide and Seek” on Saturday, July 30th at 6PM at the Reichhold Center for the Arts....

Public School Spelling Bee Returns To Savannah State University

Savannah (SSU Newsroom) — The Annual SCCPSS Spelling Bee hosted by the Georgia Association of Educators (Student Program) of Savannah State University and the Chatham Association of...

Donna Brazile Gives A Moving Speech At Spelman College Graduation

Political strategist Donna Brazile gave a rousing commencement speech at Spelman College on Sunday, urging graduates of the historically black college for women to take up leadership...

Tasha Smith Addresses Leadership At The 20th NASAP Anniversary

“I now live in the house that was on my vision board 10 years ago,” testified actress and comedian Tasha Smith on June 3 at the National...

Preserving Communities of Color to Hold Conference at Texas Southern

HOUSTON (October 23, 2018) – The Preserving Communities of Color (PCOC) conference, which explores the social, institutional and economic changes that impact communities of color across the nation,...

NCCU’s LeVelle Moton Added to USA Basketball Coaching Staff

After coming off of yet another 20-win season (three consecutive), North Carolina Central's head men’s basketball coach LeVelle Moton was added to coach for the 2015 USA Basketball Men's U19...

Break The Internet Festival – Do Not Miss This

Have you heard? The Break the Internet (BTI) Fest is right around the corner! On September 10, 2016 join the fun and opportunity! During this time of incredible change...

How Jazmin Goodwin Found Inspiration For WHCA Scholarship Essay

Jazmin Goodwin, a Howard student and broadcast journalism major, was only inspired to write a 250-word scholarship essay when she realized she was on a broken down, and...

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