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, […]

Morehouse College senior named 2016 Rhodes Scholar

December 14, 2015 Staff 0
By Atlanta Journal Constitution A Morehouse College student has won a Rhodes Scholarship. Prince Abudu, a computer science major from Zimbabwe, is the fourth Morehouse student to be selected for the prestigious scholarship, which provides […]

FAMU – Auburn Collaboration Promises Big Reward

August 17, 2015 Staff 0
Tallahassee—Auburn University and Florida A&M University began the first in a series of collaborative efforts that will positively impact athletic performance, health disparities among African American women, and physical development.  Participants from both universities shared […]

Black Male Enrollment Declines in Med Schools

August 13, 2015 Staff 0
By Freddie Allen Senior Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON (NNPA) The number of Black males applying to medical school is lower than it was three decades ago, raising concerns about the United States’ future ability to have […]
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