Homecoming 2014 Football Schedule for HBCUs
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Homecoming 2014 Football Schedule for HBCUs

Are you ready for some HBCU football? The homecoming 2014 schedule is in, and HBCU alumni, students and supporters should start making plans to participate in the annual…

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Black Sororities and Violence Against Women Awareness
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Black Sororities and Violence Against Women Awareness

These words are from one of my favorite poems/books “For Colored Girls Who’ve Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf.” This book is full of Black women of…

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Historically Black Colleges and Universities scholarships awarded
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Historically Black Colleges and Universities scholarships awarded

GRAND RAPIDS (WZZM) — Tens of thousands of dollars were handed out to some West Michigan students during a college fair in Grand Rapids Saturday. Two dozen “Historically…

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North Carolina A&T Takes Top Spot as Nation’s Largest HBCU
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North Carolina A&T Takes Top Spot as Nation’s Largest HBCU

With more than 10,700 students enrolled this fall, North Carolina A&T State University has taken the top spot as the nation’s largest HBCU by student enrollment. The Greensboro News and…

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Howard Confirms Patient Does Not Have Ebola Virus
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Howard Confirms Patient Does Not Have Ebola Virus

Howard University officials over the weekend confirmed that one person admitted to Howard University Hospital for treatment of Ebola-like symptoms was not formally diagnosed with the virus. Officials released a statement on…

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On HBCUs, White House Moves From Disregard to Dismantling
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On HBCUs, White House Moves From Disregard to Dismantling

Not so long ago, historically Black colleges and universities were just a thorn in the side of the Obama Administration. We will soon long for those days, because signs of the administrative…

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Get to know Prominent HBCU Mixer, A.J. Johnson
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Get to know Prominent HBCU Mixer, A.J. Johnson

Actress, AJ Johnson, at the age of 17 lost her mother to cancer. Several years later A.J.’s dad told her from his death bed, “you’re not able to…

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Jadakiss Sends Son Off to Clark Atlanta University With Heartfelt post on instagram
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Jadakiss Sends Son Off to Clark Atlanta University With Heartfelt post on instagram

@TheRealKiss proudly posted a picture of his son Jaewon wearing the colors of Clark Atlanta University, revealing his collegiate destination this fall. Kiss accompanied the photo with a…

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Spelman, Emory Partner for Joint Nursing Program
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Spelman, Emory Partner for Joint Nursing Program

Spelman College and Emory University this month announced a new undergraduate dual degree program in nursing, aimed at diversifying healthcare industries and increasing access for a wide range…

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Chevron Awards Clark Atlanta $231K Student Scholarship Grant
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Chevron Awards Clark Atlanta $231K Student Scholarship Grant

Select business and engineering students at Clark Atlanta University will have fewer financial worries this upcoming semester, thanks to a $231,000 scholarship grant awarded by the Chevron Corporation…

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