The Thurgood Marshall College Fund just revealed its first-ever corporate HBCU graduate program.
Racism is embedded into the fabric of American life. But many students are not aware of this.
Ivory A. Toldson of Howard University checks in to correct some of the wrong assumptions about black students around the country.
Since the beginning of the epidemic in the 1980s, African-American women have carried a large burden of HIV.
Kevin Atlas is a one-handed basketball star who is now going around the country to inspire students.
If you wonder where your money is going at the end of the month, you have a problem. Here are some tips to start saving from the founder of BrokeMillennial.com.
Rapper Dessa will be the guest of honor at Scripps College during a conversation about her experiences in the business as a woman.
Timbaland is one of the most successful producers in the music business, and now he's teaching his secrets in a new Masterclass.
Shaq will explain the importance of tech and higher ed with an upcoming keynote address.
The rap star will join a list of notables who have delivered the commencement speech at Harvard.
Vice goes on the road to showcase some of the country's brightest business minds.
There’s no way around it: Americans are drowning in student loan debt, collectively owing $1.5 trillion. Rising college costs mean that number isn’t likely to drop much in the next few decades.
Chad Rico is back with a brand new video and a new project.
Spelman just received a $30 million-dollar gift to help complete a new center of innovation for students.
There is a nationwide shortage of black male doctors in the United States, and one man is doing something about it.
Here are some great tips to turbocharge your morning.
Scholarship's can be very helpful if you earn one, but some come with strings attached.
Eminem's publishing company is putting on an interesting event called "The Deaf and Loud Symphonic Experience."
A one-of-a-kind Undergraduate Degree program honors culture, history, music, and industry skills of hip-hop.
A higher education is one way to success. But does it have to come through college?
KRS-One was a recent lecturer at Kingston College, when he broke down to the Global business of Hip-Hop.
Literature and music go hand and hand. So why is music being silenced in the classrooms?
Chad Rico is combining his love of travel, teaching and hip-hop into one amazing career.
A group of Democrats are sponsoring a bill to make education more affordable.
Beyonce and Jay-Z just started a new $100,000 scholarship fund to help some students get through college.
Mike WiLL Made-It & Rae Sremmurd's Slim Jxmmi announced the recipients of 2018 Making Wishes Matter scholarships.
Hip-Hop culture will have the spotlight during an upcoming conference for teachers in Philadelphia.
The life and times of Frank Ocean will be the subject of a new college course at UC Berkeley.
Two students from Georgia State University are studying how hip-hop lyrics will serve as historical references.
Sallie Mae leadership, employees, and educator-turned-hip-hop artist Dee-1 made the announcement on Sunday at the company's second annual 5K race.
Good news for fans of Hip Hop who are seeking education about the business.
Dee-1 is helping out college students once again through his partnership with Sallie Mae.
Strayer University has tapped legendary rap star Queen Latifah to teach students everything they need to know about the real world.
DJ Khaled is giving away over $20,000 in scholarships to high-school and college students.
Michael Ford has combined his love of hip-hop and architecture, and now he's going to be teaching it to students.
Drake just gave some life-changing money to a student at the University of Miami.