Former NBA Player Collects Laptops For HBCU Student-Athletes

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ATLANTA – NBA veteran George Lynch, along with Atlanta business entrepreneur Tracey Pennywell, is launching a national computer campaign to support student-athletes who attend Historically...

First-Ever HBCU Combine Canceled Amid Coronavirus Pandemic Jeopardizing Future Careers

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HOUSTON – The coronavirus crisis has shockingly struck the sports world over the past few weeks. With season canceled abruptly from high school...

Central State University Alum Jimmy Wynn, ‘Toy Cannon’ Of The Houston Astros, Dies At...

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Jimmy Wynn, the diminutive Houston slugger whose monster shots in the 1960s and ’70s earned him the popular nickname “The Toy Cannon,” died March 26...

HBCU 2020 Prospective NFL Draft Picks

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There are a host of NFL prospects from Historically Black Colleges and Universities who could be selected in the 2020 NFL Draft, which will take...

Former CSU Sorority Sisters Showed Out For Tau Beta Sigma’s Founders Day

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Even though we helped celebrate Tau Beta Sigma’s Founders Day yesterday, we can look back and remember the sorority sisters who dominated Facebook’s newsfeed that...

Report: HBCU Enrollment Declines With Second Lowest Number In 17 Years

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Our HBCUs are in danger. In recent years, many historically black institutions have dealt with issues keeping their enrollments predominantly black, as issues with finances and status continue to...

TMCF Applause Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Plan To Allocate $1.5 Billion In Emergency Funding For...

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Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF), the nation’s largest organization exclusively representing the Black College Community, recently applauded Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s plan that would allocate $1.5...

Sens. Booker, Jones Urge $1.5 Billion In Support For HBCUs, MSIs Amid Coronavirus Crisis

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Senators Cory Booker (D-N.J.) and Doug Jones (D-AL) on Thursday pressed for $1.5 billion in emergency funding to help historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs)...

Enrollment Declines Threaten Future Of HBCUs, Disheartening Alumni

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Darrell Dial entered South Carolina State University in 1987 as a “country boy,” a bit unsure of himself, and graduated with a degree in biology...

Trump Announces Temporary Suspension Of Federal Student Loan Payments Due To Coronavirus

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President Donald Trump recently announced a temporary suspension of federal student loan payments amid the coronavirus outbreak during a press briefing.

How B-CU Was Able To Get $17 Million Of Florida’s New Budget

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DAYTONA BEACH — Lawmakers and leaders at Bethune-Cookman University on Friday basked in the glow of news that the private school, on the edge of...

‘We Shall Overcome’: This Is The Perfect Time To Embrace The Words Of HBCU...

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The video on Bernice King's Twitter features her father Martin Luther King Jr. giving his incredible speech at Southern Methodist University on March 17, 1966....

The Breakfast Club: HBCU President Dr. Roslyn Clark Artis Talks Funding For HBCUs +...

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Dr. Roslyn Clark Artis recently appeared on The Breakfast Club to discuss funding for HBCUs, her role as president of Benedict College and more.

WSSU’s Daryus Skinner, Three N.C. A&T Players Will Have To Adjust After HBCU NFL...

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Daryus Skinner of Winston-Salem State was hoping to show off his football skills at the HBCU Combine in Miami at the Dolphins training facility.

FAMU Mourns Student Who Died After Boating Accident Off Panama City Coast

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — The Florida A&M University community is mourning the loss of 21-year-old Te-Andre Brown after he drowned while trying to save someone...

General Assembly Passes Legislation For Additional Funding For Maryland’s HBCUs

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The state Senate voted unanimously Sunday to pass House Speaker Adrienne A. Jones’ legislation that would send $580 million more to the state’s four historically...

Trump: ‘I’ve Waived Interest On All Student Loans’

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President Donald Trump recently announced that he has waived interest on all student loans as the novel coronavirus takes center stage around the world.

HBCUs Announce Plans To Combat The Coronavirus

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The coronavirus outbreak is, of course, impacting historically black colleges and universities. Public schools and universities across the nation are adjusting their...

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