Dr. Womack joins us to discuss new STEM development programs from the United Negro College Fund, and his STEM career journey.
It all started with a suicide attempt eight months later after being diagnosed with major depression and generalized anxiety disorders, and after 10 years of struggling with suicidal thoughts, I could no longer mask my pain.
A former Norfolk State University football player says that he shot and killed a current NSU player after he tried to rob him.
The Virginian-Pilot reports on the second-degree murder charges filed against Jaquan Anderson in the killing of freshman NSU defensive end Nick Ackies last Friday in an off-campus apartment.
A new report offers sobering statistics on the financial outcomes for black college graduates and students, but starkly contrasts recently released data from the US Department of Education on cumulative default rates for historically black colleges and universities.
Albany State University homecoming is one of the biggest economic drivers of the year for the city and region. WALB-TV profiles an examples of that growth through the eyes of ASU graduate and local catering manager David Milliner.
Hampton University graduate, screenwriter and actor Rebecca Jackson-Artis writes for CNN.com about the legacy of Playboy and its founder Hugh Hefner, which through hiring her aunt as the magazine’s first black centerfold in 1965, helped to establish a family legacy of strength and self-pride.
While he may not have played for the Florida A&M University football program, Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff gave the Rattlers a big boost this week when he wore a FAMU football t-shirt to his regularly scheduled press conference.
Morehouse College alumnus and Internal Medicine /Urgent Care Medicine Practitioner Robert Drummond joins us to discuss how Morehouse shaped his career, and the value of reaching back to bring others forward.
More than 80 percent of graduates of Florida A&M University’s pharmacy program in 2016 passed the North American Pharmacy Licensure Examination this summer, a 20 percent passage rate increase from the previous cohort.
Strategists, donors, well-wishers and social media advocates helped to propel Morehouse College alumnus Randall Woodfin to a stunning victory to become Birmingham’s youngest mayor since 1893. But the machine behind his victory was activated by fellow Morehouse Men.