Savannah State University today announced its plans to join the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, nearly seventh months after publicizing its departure from the Division I Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference due to financial constraints and competitive underperformance.
Spelman College alumna Hope Wiseman, the youngest African-American woman dispensary owner in the nation, is proud to announce along with her business partners, Dr. Octavia Simkins-Wiseman and Dr. Larry Bryant, the opening of Mary and Main in Prince George’s County, Maryland during the Winter of 2017.
We must find a balance as a society. As we step into this new era of giving victims of sexual harassment and assault the equal voice, which they have deserved for years, we must also consider the destruction that a lie can cause an innocent individual.
Students at Spelman College and Morehouse College continue efforts to end systems allowing or encouraging sexual assault and harassment on campus.
Dr. Womack joins us to discuss new STEM development programs from the United Negro College Fund, and his STEM career journey.
A student-led hunger strike designed to draw attention to a lack of food access has ended with new accommodations being made by two of the nation’s leading historically black colleges.
A new enrollment report from the University System of Georgia says that total and full-time student enrollment at Albany State University is down by an average of six percent from 2016, while the rest of the system’s public colleges and universities are up three percent and have set a new system enrollment record.
The Fountain City Classic between Fort Valley State University and Albany State University drew more than 30,000 HBCU football fans to Columbus, GA last week, bringing a major boost to small businesses in the region.
Some students at Morehouse College and Spelman College are on a hunger strike to convince food service provider Aramark and campus officials to amend dining plan policies in support of needy classmates.
Morehouse College Sophomore Julien Turner was looking to get a grade boost in his biology class. He may just have launched his career as an Internet impresario instead, with a video that is making the rounds on Black Twitter and beyond.
Spelman College is among a handful of colleges and universities nationally with endowment assets equaling about $100,000 per student. But their institutional investment success could put them on a higher plane for tax obligations.
Players and officials from the National Football League will announce today a new partnership to establish community advocacy opportunities and platforms, and Morehouse College as host for a signature initiative in this new program – a social activism bootcamp.
David Thomas, a former dean and endowed professor of business at some of the nation’s top non-historically black colleges and universities, was yesterday appointed by the Morehouse College Board of Trustees as the school’s 12th president, and the first non-Morehouse graduate to hold the position in the last 50 years.