New Gallup Survey Shows Most College Grads Are Dissatisfied with Alumni Career Support. HBCU Grads Are Saying ‘Sorry, Not Sorry’

The HBCU network is powerful, but can the numbers of its influence make it even stronger?

Data Shows Some PWIs Are Just as Bad For Black Students as They’ve Always Been. So What Will HBCUs Do About It?

Is there a case to be made for culture over cost?

New Federal Financial Aid Rules May Benefit HBCU Enrollment in Big Ways

New regulations will allow easier college access for low-income students.

PBS Host, NCAT Alumnus Howard Conyers Talks Life as a NASA Rocket Scientist and BBQ Pit Master

A man of eclectic interests breaks down his fascinating STEM journey.

LISTEN: Wilma Jones’ “My Halls Hill Family” Explores HBCU Ties in the Evolution of a Black Community

Author Wilma Jones discusses her latest book ‘My Halls Hill Family,’ and…

The CIAA Tournament is Moving to Baltimore in 2021. DMV Alumni Better Not Blow This Like Folks in North Carolina Did

The tournament will have a new city and a chance to reboot its image as a powerful basketball product.

HBCU Presidents’ ‘Giving Circle’ Raises $120,000 for 24 HBCUs

There is a place where a few HBCU presidents and executives meet…

Digest After Dark: Will R. Kelly Help Ya’ll To Talk About Sex at HBCUs?

Something has to change. And it starts with real conversation.

More than 65 Percent of Public HBCUs Have Changed Presidents in the Last Four Years

It’s time to look at the way our schools cycle through leaders.

Digest Radio – Bennett College President, National Alumnae Association President Discuss the Campaign to Save the School

We talk with Bennett College President Phyllis Worthy Dawkins and Bennett National…