LeMoyne-Owen Breaks Ground on Tech Innovation Center, Announces Online Graduate School Partnership

LeMoyne-Owen College is quickly building a brand in digital learning and entrepreneurship,…

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An increasing number of students at historically black colleges and universities nationwide…

WATCH – Tennessee Lawmakers Pass HBCU Support Bill

Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam signed into law this week a bill designed…

LeMoyne-Owen’s Anthony Smith Competes on Golf Course, Against Sickle Cell Disease

LeMoyne-Owen College senior Anthony Smith continues to impress as student athlete, but…

The Historically Black Life of Marion Barry

He gave into himself, and unto others, until he could give no more. And this is the same plight faced by many of our historically Black institutions today. Egos, money, power and influence tint governance of our institutions, but because we are conditioned to do more with less, and because we are capable of and committed to executing a vision of success for Black students, we can generally overcome our own worst failings to make life better for others.