New Student Union Coming to BCU

May 27, 2016 Staff 0
Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU) announces the approval for plans to build a new student life center. The center will be a four-story, 110,000 sq ft building designed to centralize the university’s diverse array of student life […]

Stillman College President to Step Down in 2017

April 8, 2016 Staff 0
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) – Stillman College’s president is expecting to step down from his position next year. The Tuscaloosa News reports  that Peter Millet says he plans on stepping down once his current three-year contract […]

Jacksonville Links Celebrate Love for HBCUs

April 7, 2016 Staff 0
The Jacksonville Chapter of The Links, Incorporated celebrated the rich history and great traditions of Historically Black Colleges and Universities last month in support of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund’s “I Love My HBCU Month”. […]

Actor to Open Film School at Wiley College

March 25, 2016 Staff 0
By Frederick H. Lowe Actor, director, producer and writer Nate Parker has announced that he will open a school for film and drama this fall at Wiley College, a Historically Black College, in Marshall, Texas. […]

Success of HBCU Alumni Surpasses Other Grads

December 22, 2015 Staff 0
By Zenitha Prince Trice Edney News Wire Despite their ongoing struggles, HBCU’s are doing a better job than other institutions of producing Black alumni who are thriving, particularly in their financial well-being and career purpose, […]
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