Simeon Booker, a dean of black journalists with a career spanning the entirety of the American Civil Rights movement, died last Sunday in Maryland. He was 99.
Thomas Jones is very good at keeping a secret. And for a week or two, he had a good one to keep.
Hampton University today announced its plans to leave the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference for the more regionally-friendly Big South Conference, a move expected to shift a large portion of the Division I HBCU sports landscape.
Norfolk State University today announced Vice-Rector and NSU alumnus Melvin Stith as the school’s interim president, replacing retiring president Eddie Moore. Here are a few takeaways to be drawn from the appointment.
Virginia State University and Tuskegee University finished their 2017 regular seasons with expected results; conference championship trophies. But only one of these programs got the nod for an appearance in the NCAA Division II post-season playoffs.
The Lady Pirates racked up their 11th win over a Power 5 team under head coach David Six with an impressive fourth-quarter run.
How do you even sum up how the CIAA Championship slate was set on Saturday afternoon? Nerve wrecking? Gut-wrenching? That sounds about right.
A former Norfolk State University football player says that he shot and killed a current NSU player after he tried to rob him.
The Virginian-Pilot reports on the second-degree murder charges filed against Jaquan Anderson in the killing of freshman NSU defensive end Nick Ackies last Friday in an off-campus apartment.
Hardcore HBCU football fans know the stakes of tomorrow’s CIAA Northern Division matchup between Bowie State University and homecoming host Virginia State University. Both teams undefeated, both teams featuring conference player of the year candidates in VSU tailback Trent ‘Boom’ Cannon and BSU quarterback Amir Hall.
Hampton University graduate, screenwriter and actor Rebecca Jackson-Artis writes for CNN.com about the legacy of Playboy and its founder Hugh Hefner, which through hiring her aunt as the magazine’s first black centerfold in 1965, helped to establish a family legacy of strength and self-pride.
In an interview explaining his sudden retirement decision, Norfolk State University President Eddie Moore said that his personal health and the university’s need for more energy were key factors.
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Eddie Moore, an iconic figure in Virginia who has led three of the state’s historically black colleges, has announced his plans to retire at the end of this year.
The Norfolk State Spartan Echo student newspaper broke the news on the retirement, delivered through a letter from the NSU Board of Visitors to the campus community this morning.