It is Time for Defunct HBCUs to Stop Defrauding Black People

The Oregon College of Art and Craft, Hampshire College and Green Mountain…

HBCU Presidential Hirings and Firings – a 2018-19 Mid-Term Report

A new trend of executive stability appears to be emerging for the new year.

Morris Brown President Stanley Pritchett to Resign

Morris Brown College President Stanley Pritchett will resign at the end of…

Is China in the Market For Struggling, Closed HBCU Campuses?

Last December, Xinhua Education Investment Corp. purchased more than 130 acres and…

Have You Ever Heard Morris Brown’s Alma Mater?

Here’s a great rendition produced by recent Morris Brown College graduate Jody…

How Kasim Reed and Morris Brown Pulled Off One of the Slickest Moves in HBCU History

Morris Brown College sold some land it didn’t own to the City…

Tracking the Survival of ‘Ghost HBCUs’

Former Winston-Salem State University Chancellor and higher education consultant Alvin Schexnider writes…

Morris Brown Must Return Land to Clark Atlanta, Court Rules

Land given to Morris Brown College more than 75 years ago from…

Clark Atlanta Secures Another Court Victory in Morris Brown Land Case

The City of Atlanta took a gamble when it bought land from…

Georgia Court Clears Path for Clark Atlanta Lawsuit Against Morris Brown

Clark Atlanta University will move forward with a lawsuit against Morris Brown College for land and property bequeathed to the school in the 1940s, which was sold last year to settle bankruptcy terms.