Federal Judge Sets Deadline for Maryland Response to HBCU ‘Separate But Equal’ Lawsuit

By: Jarrett Carter Sr.  – @jlcarter_sr Federal Circuit Court Judge Catherine Blake…

FAMU Names Angela Epps New Law Dean

Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) has named Angela Felecia Epps the…

Phyllis Dawkins Named Bennett Provost

By: Bennett College Media Relations Phyllis Worthy Dawkins, a seasoned academician at…

Alabama State Alumni Give $50K to University

A Union Springs native who graduated from Alabama State University and her…

The Rise, Fall, And Improbable Comeback Of Morris Brown College

On a late evening this past summer and without warning, one of…

Corrine Brown introduces bill to boost HBCU funding

Representative Corrine Brown, an alumnus of Florida A & M, has a…

Why HBCUs Matter: By The Numbers

The numbers also do not indicate how many citizens in HBCU cities have been registered to vote, how many homeless people have been fed and how many black children have been tutored by HBCU students in these communities. Those are the “known unknowns,” for which HBCUs have historically been responsible, but have rarely earned credit or support.

Miles College student shot to death near campus overnight

A Miles College student was shot to death overnight at an off-campus…

Albany State to Deactivate 10 Degree Programs

Albany State University released a statement Monday concerning what it calls a…

Texas Southern Regents Back Embattled President John Rudley

By: Jarrett Carter Sr. – @jlcarter_sr Regents at Texas Southern University have…