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Opinion: APhiA Member Wearing Heels And Women’s Suit In Graduation Photo Makes Mockery Of...

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In May 2021, I was scrolling through Twitter. I noticed a picture of a gentleman of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. floating around on...

Kamron Fields, The Only HBCU Player Chosen In 2021 MLB Draft, Offers Hope

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Texas Southern University pitcher Kamron Fields is bringing a different perspective to the MLB after sadly becoming the only athlete hailing from an HBCU....

Grambling State University President Rick Gallot Reflects On Progress And Hope on Campus

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Grambling State University President Rick Gallot is approaching his fifth year in the role. He's experienced so much, and also grown for the better....

Judge Who Lead Desegregation Case Involving 5 NC HBCUs To Retire

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It's hardly surprising, but years ago several public colleges and universities, including HBCUs, were almost hindered from receiving state funds. In fact, it was...

Hall-of-Famer Calls Out NFL For Leaving HBCU Players Out Of 2021 Draft

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This year's NFL draft was exciting for many but enraging for others. The fact that absolutely no HBCU players were drafted has upset HBCU...

Dillard President Dr. Kimbrough Discusses Flawed College Rankings With Acclaimed Writer Malcolm Gladwell

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Just how much do college rankings like that of U.S. News & World Reports matter? Recently, writer Malcolm Gladwell and Dillard University President Dr....

Why More College Students And Athletes Are Committing To HBCUs

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Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are hubs of inclusion and diversity when it comes to education, sports, social action, and more. Yet the...

Opinion: A Howard Biological Anthropologist Shares Why Overcoming Artistic Bias In Science Is So...

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Science is constantly evolving, and we are happy to share that it is evolving in the right direction. There are many examples with how...

Opinion: My Black College Experience Started With Success In My Neighborhood

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For many, the respect and adoration for HBCUs has come from those in your circle: your parent, your teacher, your big brother or sister...

Forbes: Why HBCUs Saw Huge Investments In 2020 And What’s Next

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"Not only do Black lives matter, Black minds, Black academics, Black intellectualism, and Black culture matter, too." This powerful line is a part of...

Clark Atlanta Student Ashton Edmunds Shares Why The Atlanta Student Movement Inspires Him

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The HBCU experience is very impactful for personal growth, yet it is just as important for the growth of others. Sharing the reasons why...

Tennessee State Alum & Senior VP Gigi Dixon Reflects On The Value Of HBCUs

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Gigi Dixon is sharing how her time at Tennessee State University was integral in how she positively views herself and the world around her....

Scholars Reflect On HBCU Graduates Ascending Into High Government Roles

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For decades, HBCUs graduates have paved their way into politics. Yet with several significant elections of HBCU alumni within the past year, they are...

Morehouse Alum Bakari Sellers’ CNN Article Highlights The Greatness Of HBCUs

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The life of CNN commentator and Morehouse College alumnus Bakari Sellers was changed for the better by his HBCU experience. Sellers, now an attorney...

Discussion on Black Experiences in Higher Education Aired On Spectrum News 1

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What is the true cost of diversity, or the lack thereof? For students of color, their experiences in school can be affected by the...

4 Things To Do At Home – Ideas For Bored HBCU Students And Alums

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HBCU family, in these times of quarantine craziness amid the coronavirus outbreak, life stuck in the house with your siblings is like a dog...

Morehouse College Grad: ‘Stop Saying You Come From ‘Nothing’ Because Your Parents Aren’t Rich’

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HBCU family, many of us come from broken homes with only a single parent mother to fend for us or a single parent father...

What Advice Would You Give To Yourself Freshman Year Of College?

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1. Go to class. This may seem like a no brainer, but it is still important that you go to class every day for obvious...