HBCU Young Alumni Series: Beating the Odds ft. Ke’Asia Craig

There is already something so inspirational about the HBCU experience, in a sense that you are surrounded by a myriad of educated, ambitious young people, all striving...

FAMU Student Gets Internship Of A Lifetime

Lots of college students dream of getting that one big internship that’ll rocket start their career. Well, that’s exactly what's happening to FAMU student and Broadcast Journalism...

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...

Central State Grad Jeremiah Kimble Thinks We All Can Give Back More

You have done a lot of work in the community, and on campus as a Kappa and a member of other organizations during undergrad. Why do you think...

Mis”Steps” : The Decline of Black Greeks (And How to End It)

It’s partially my fault. As an Alpha , I did MY part to make sure that one who saw ME, saw a positive reflection of the organization. The...

Council of Engineering Deans of the HBCUs recently hosted the Advancing Minorities

The theme of this year’s conference was “Impacting Tomorrow’s Workforce Transition.” The conference, hosted by the Roy G. Perry College of Engineering, takes place annually and its purpose...

Morehouse student, Reggie Sharpe Jr.’s interview on his experiences.

Mr. Reggie Sharpe Jr. is the President of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel Assistants program, President of the Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Society, Chaplain...

Morehouse Man Mikael Moore is Now Janelle Monae’s Manager

Mikael Moore, who once had worked on "The Hill" in the nation's capital, says he has known one of music's biggest stars, Janelle Monae, for some 10 years...

Coppin Associate VP to Lead Middle Eastern Accreditation Process

Dr. Scott Jackson Dantley, associate vice president of Institutional Effectiveness and Planning and Professor of Science for Coppin State University, was hand selected by the National Association...

Tuskegee’s Davida Smith Makes 2015 Distinguished HBCU Alumni List

Davida Smith is chair of Tuskegee University's Chemical Engineering Advisory Board. She is also commercial contracts manager in contracts and procurement at Motiva Enterprises. She has held various...

This Is Why We “Step”

Greetings to the ladies of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. Greetings to the ladies of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated. Greetings to the ladies of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority,...

Dillard University President holds Thanksgiving dinner

Dillard University President, Dr. Walter Kimbrough, e-mailed students Thanksgiving week, indicating if they needed a place to eat, he would have seats. Check out his reasoning in...

NCCU Launches Political Engagement Group for HBCU Students Statewide

Looking to build on its success from the 2008 presidential election, the Institute for Civic Engagement and Social Change at North Carolina Central University is creating a...

Hampton University DPT Program Gets Decade Long Re-Accreditation

Hampton, Va. –The Hampton University Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) program has been re-accredited for 10 years by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE). “Students, future...

FAMU professor awarded U.S. patent to indentify bacteria stains

Marlon S. Thomas, bioengineer and professor in Florida A&M University’s (FAMU) College of Agriculture and Food Sciences, has been awarded United States Patent No. 8,252,522 for...

Grambling State University SOAR to Success Summer Orientation

Grambling State University SOAR to Success     GRAMBLING, LA —Grambling State University launched its first Summer Orientation, Advising and Registration (SOAR) program last week with great success. During this...

Saint Paul’s College Board of Trustees elects new Executive Officers

Saint Paul’s College Board of Trustees has elected new Executive Committee Officers who will serve effective July 1, 2011. Dr. Oliver W. Spencer, Jr., Superintendent of the...

Central State Student, Bria Spaulding, Keeping Busy Over Summer

Bria Spaulding, a sophomore student attending historically black Central State University, and is also a member of the university's woman's basketball team playing the point guard position,...

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