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Beyoncé Teases Her Ivy Park/Adidas Collab With Help From Grambling State

When we heard buzz that Beyoncé booked Grambling State University’s dance team and marching band for a...

HBCUs Play A Role In Elizabeth Warren’s Plan To Fix Black Student Loan Crisis

The student loan debt crisis has hit African-Americans the hardest, and Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren says she knows how to fix that glaring racial discrepancy.

TMCF & Hennessy Partner in $10 Million Graduate Initiative

0 Hennessy and The Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) have partnered up to launch of the Hennessy Fellows Program, a...

Beyoncé Drops Surprise New Album, HBCU-Themed Documentary On Netflix

Beyoncé has surprised her fans by releasing a soundtrack to her Netflix documentary “Homecoming.”

Big Sean Empowers HBCU Students To Become Entrepreneurs

Detroit emcee Big Sean returned home with the Thurgood Marshall College Fund and Ally Financial, Inc., to host an entrepreneurship competition called...

From the Mud: Meek Mill and HBCU Culture

As an artist who has always stood tall in the face of adversity, Meek Mill has become a staple in HBCU (historically...

What You Need To Know Before Launching A Home-Based Business

According to Small Biz Trends, 69% of entrepreneurs launch their businesses from home. Starting a home-based business can be exciting and lucrative. However, study all aspects...

10 Highest-Paying College Degrees For African-Americans

As we all know, college isn’t cheap. With students saddled with unprecedented amounts of debt, it is critical that college students obtain...

Texas Southern University Hosts Inaugural B.R.A.G. Event Inbox

HOUSTON (April 5, 2019) –A new tradition was born at Texas Southern University, as students who have reached or exceeded 90+ credit...

Morgan President David Wilson Appointed To NCAA Board Of Governors

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Morgan State University President David Wilson has been appointed to the NCAA Board of Governors and Division I Board of...

Back-To-Back Darties Spark Most Anticipated Season Of The Year At Howard University

Darty: a day-time party Roughly four months into the spring semester, Howard University students finally caught a glimpse of...

FAMU Partnership With Duke Energy Through Solar Energy

Tallahassee, Fla. – The Florida A&M University (FAMU) Board of Trustees approved a partnership with Duke Energy Florida (DEF) to build a solar...

Morris Brown College Remains Focused, Despite Having Just 42 Students

Driving around the Atlanta University Center one sunny afternoon, Dr. Kevin E. James, Morris Brown College’s interim president, had a lot on...

‘I’m Home’: Trayvon Martin’s Mother Sybrina Fulton Returns To Grambling As Women’s History Month...

“Ms. Fulton is an important voice for social change today,” said GSU President Rick Gallot. “We are excited for our students to...

Here’s 5 Reasons Why Mentors Matter

If you trace all the way back to biblical days up until the 21st century, you will find that mentorship was the “secret sauce” for...

Aggie Kayla White Brings NCAT It’s First Track & Field NCAA Championship

NA&T Aggies has its first national champion in track and field. Kayla White won the 200 meters tonight at...

Morehouse Alum, Spike Lee Wins First Academy Award the 2019 Oscars

At Sunday night’s Oscars, Morehouse College Alum, Spike Lee won his first competitive Academy Award and landed a full-circle moment, giving a shoutout to...

Spelman Alumna, Ouleye Warnock Works to Develop a Solution to Human Trafficking

Ouleye Ndoye Warnock, C'2007, is a pioneer. As the inaugural senior human trafficking fellow for the City of Atlanta, she was recently...