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...

HBCU Young Alumni Series: Chasing Dreams ft. John Holland

The idea behind the HBCU Young Alumni Series, is to take the time to honor graduates who, since graduation, managed to do the work, create opportunities for...

Two Howard Alum Discuss the First Undocumented and Black Convening

Last year, Donald Trump, the GOP frontrunner in the presidential race, said that he would build a wall on the U.S.'s southern border and have Mexico pay...

Asia Martin: More than an ASU Stingettes Sensation

You may recognize her from the big screen, music videos, or as the two-time captain of the Alabama State University Stingettes danceline. Asia Martin is dancing her...
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What Happens When 10 Black Men Are Asked Their Views On Black Women

The folks over at Hippie Hangout TV are back again. (In case you missed "First Kiss: HBCU Edition" click on the link and check out the video...

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...

HBCU Young Alumni Series: Life After Graduation ft. Morgan McKenzie

Often times, recent graduates become overwhelmed with different perceptions of life after graduation. Even for the ones who seemingly had it all figured out and calculated since...

Areisa Peters, Student of Oakwood University: “There’s More Than One Type of Beauty.”

The Buzz recently interviewed Areisa Peters, a student at historically black Oakwood University on her project called “Project Chocolate” which questions the stereotypes facing young Black women...

Howard Alum Wants More HBCU Students To Consider Tech Careers

Christopher Hocutt was born in Norfolk, Va and spent most of his life in Virginia, eventually moving close to Richmond. After graduating from Matoaca High School in...

Undrafted: Alcorn State Alum Terrance Lewis Hopes to Play in the NFL

Football is such a grueling sport. It is physical, it is tough, and it is just the right sport for former Braves wide receiver/kick returner and Alcorn...

Anti-Intellect Talks On Supporting Our HBCUs (Or Lack Thereof)

The 107 historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) in the country are, in fact, the last cultural jewel black people have. Black colleges overwhelmingly graduate the most black...

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...

Steve Orisakwe Wants Us To Chill And Confess Our Wildest College Stories

The owner of the HBCU Confessions Twitter account and founder of "HBCU And Chill" talks with our Editor-in-Chief Tommy G. Meade Jr. about how the handle was created...

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...

Howard Grad Running For Congress Talks With The Buzz

It was an honor to interview Clyde Williams. He announced his candidacy for New York's 13th Congressional District in October of 2015. He was the recipient of the Harlem...

Q & A | Correlation/similarities between the African-American retention rates at PWIs vs HBCUs

Is there any correlation/similarities between the African-American retention rates at primarily white institutions (PWIs) versus historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs)?  What are the factors, if any,...
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High Schooler that Interviewed President Obama, Now Morehouse Man Hopeful

MTV.com Noah McQueen experienced instability in his childhood, got into disciplinary problems for fighting, and completed his second year of high school with less than a 1.0 GPA. But...

‘Queen Like Me’ Author Dr. Kimberly Brown on Why History is the Best Teacher

  You write that Queen Like Me explores the lives of Queen Nefertiti, Coretta Scott King, First Lady Michelle Obama, and other women leaders of the past and...

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