VIDEO – Bowie State Cheerleaders’ ‘Black Lives Matter’ Show

Bowie State University’s cheerleaders showcase contemporary rallying cries for black equality and freedom during CIAA tournament.

Morgan State Police Issue No-Confidence Vote Against Chief

Police officers at Morgan State University have issued a vote of no confidence against Chief Lance Hatcher.

Maryland HBCU Faculty Plan Rally at State Capitol

Faculty members from Maryland’s four historically black colleges and universities will hold…

Virginia State, Virginia Union Take CIAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Titles

Virginia State University and Virginia Union University capture the CIAA men’s and women’s basketball championships, and are headed to the NCAA Division II national tournament.

VIDEO – Morehouse President, Students Talk Presidential Politics

Morehouse College President John Silvanus Wilson and students from the campus’ Democratic and Republican student organizations talk presidential politics on MSNBC.

VIDEO – HBCU Gameday Previews CIAA Tournament Title Game

HBCU Gameday’s Steven Gaither and Tolly Carr preview tonight’s CIAA tournament championship game between Virginia State and Livingstone.

Fitz Hill to Resign as Arkansas Baptist President

Arkansas Baptist College President Fitz Hill will resign this fall, and will take over the school’s foundation.

Alabama A&M Trustee Censured for Misconduct, Ethics Charges

Alabama A&M Trustee James Montgomery has been censured by the board, which alleges that he sent thousands of harassing emails and leaked confidential information to local media.

SCSU Greeks Divided on Strolling at Hillary Clinton Campus Rally

One week after members of Omega Psi Phi earned national attention for performing an impromptu step show at a Bernie Sanders rally at Morehouse College, Greeks at South Carolina State University were divided on doing the same at a Hillary Clinton rally.

John Lewis, Hillary Clinton Visit Miles for Political Outreach

Civil rights activist John Lewis and democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton appeared at Miles College this week as part of growing southern outreach to black voters.