Digest After Dark – Ya’ll Better Get a Piece of This Gentrification
  

We discuss housing challenges on HBCU campuses and examine the ways that HBCUs can approach becoming true anchor institutions in black communities.

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  1. Stop coming for NSU.

    Over the years, Norfolk State spent over 9 millions in renovating all their on-campus residential facilities and just broke ground on a new 740 bed facility opening next year.

    Please don’t speak about a campus if you don’t know that facts.

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.13newsnow.com/amp/article%3Fsection%3Dnews%26subsection%3Dlocal%26topic%3Dmycity%26subtopic%3Dnorfolk%26headline%3Dnsu-students-move-into-renovated-dorms%26contentId%3D291-299575176

    http://www.sbballard.com/our-company/news/2018/06/nsu-resident-hall/

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