We discuss the recent US News & World Report rankings, and the latest HBCU to sign up with Nike.
Digest After Dark
We discuss media culture and HBCUs, consumption habits, and how to engage HBCU stakeholders to care about responsible reporting.
We discuss housing challenges on HBCU campuses and examine the ways that HBCUs can approach becoming true anchor institutions in black communities.
We talk with Tiffany’s mother, Rosita, about being an HBCU parent in the 21st century.
We talk about the synergy between the black church and HBCUs and how it is stronger than most may realize. We also discuss Omarosa’s shenanigans and if she was more valuable to the sector than meets the eye.
We discuss the culture of hazing at HBCUs, and implications for students, administrators, campuses
We discuss the differences between the undergraduate and graduate HBCU experience, culture clashes among international faculty and students, and if HBCU culture can change to accommodate millennials.
We talk with FAMU graduates James Bland and Angela “Myammee” Pitts about the culture and obligation of HBCU advocates in HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention. Bland and Pitts are advocates working on behalf of “Doing It,” an HIV/AIDS prevention and awareness campaign developed in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control.
We talk with Human Rights Campaign Director of HBCU Programs and Bowie State alumnus Leslie Hall about changing culture and minds on HBCU campuses about our LGBTQIA communities.
We talk with Tradition Ever Since CEO Gerard Murray about trending on HBCU Twitter, and discuss the prospects for this year’s White House HBCU Week event.