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Two students presented their legal projects to 120 senior officials representing Florida’s 40 NAACP branches.
Howard University and free basketball games could be just with stressed federal employees need during Trump's shutdown.
HBCU alumni talk about their "unapologetic" style evolution.
Chance the Rapper is already inspiring tens of thousands of Chicago youth to pursue their education and now it looks like he may be taking some of his own advice.
The goal of HBCU Summer Fest is to reach all age demographics through events that are specialized to aspiring students, current students, and HBCU alums
President Obama is attempting to tackle tech literacy with the $ billion Computer Science for All initiative, which pledges to expand computer science resources for K-12 students. However, if the companies do not change their hiring practices, what does it matter? The hiring process is starting to change, thanks to Howard Professor Legand Burge and teacher Charles Pratt.
Ludacris got love from over 63,000 people during his performance at 2016 Battle of The Bands. There was a 2,000 student-strong drumline!!
As governments, politicians and religious extremists fight for control of the earth, there's a new battle brewing in the final frontier - space. At the moment, NASA and private companies like Space X are engaged in a 21st-century space race to get to Mars, and they are using "spacefarers" to do it.
Thousands of fans will pack the Georgia Dome on January 30, to witness the 14th Annual Battle of the Bands Invitational Showcase. Talented young musicians from the HBCUs will be judged on their choreography, showmanship and musicianship in a bid to win the championship title.
From the Montgomery Bus Boycott to Black Lives Matter, respectability politics is an ever-present theme within movements for black progress and liberation.
Howard University is one of the most respected HBCU’s. The University can boast of the accomplishments of alumni like Sean “Diddy” Combs, Taraji P. Henson, Toni Morrison, Stokely Carmichael and others. Hats off to those folks, but undergraduates at Howard are pissed.