Officials at Elizabeth City State University have announced a historic year of fundraising and alumni giving, attracting more than $1.4 million during the 2017-18 academic year and securing a record number of gifts from corporate and foundation donors.
Former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley was never a serious presidential candidate, but his prospects grew dimmer when police shootings around the country forced analysis of the ‘zero tolerance’ policing policies he introduced as Baltimore City mayor during his 2015 campaign.
The Southwestern Athletic Conference will return its football and basketball championships to Birmingham, AL, beginning this fall with the 2018 SWAC Football Championship.
Tennessee State University President Glenda Baskin Glover was last night installed as the 30th International President of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. during the organization’s international conference in Houston.
We welcome organizers from Wilmington, DE annual HBCU Week, and discuss Harris-Stowe State University and how to fight HBCU slander in the media.
Less interpersonal drama, more focus on institutional value and impact on students, less conflict, and more compassion. It is easy for anyone to be a backseat, rear view producer on a long-defunct reality series from the network that brought us ‘Cita’s World,’ but it is also hard to not look back with fondness about what ‘College Hill’ could have been.
We discuss Orze’s recent piece on famous HBCU alumni and where their children attend college, the CIAA looking for a new host city, and Trump deferring capital financing loans for eight HBCUs.
Eight private historically black institutions have been granted loan deferments for payments owed to the federal government through its capital financing program.
The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association has announced its search for a new host city of its annual men’s and women’s basketball tournaments after its current agreement with the City of Charlotte expires in 2020.
Joseph Moses, a long-serving head coach for Xavier University of Lousiana’s cross country and track and field programs, has resigned after 13 years.