November 08, 2023

FVSU’s Homecoming 2023 “1895: The HITS” – Record Breaking Homecoming

FVSU’s Homecoming 2023“1895: The HITS” will be remembered not just for the exciting football game, spirited tailgating, and musical events but also for the historic moments and achievements that took place during this remarkable week of celebration. One of the most significant milestones during Homecoming 2023 was the astounding fundraising success. A grand total of

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Jackson State kicker Armenta becomes 1st woman to score in HBCU game, kicks 3 extra points in win

Leilani Armenta became the first woman to score in a football game matching historically Black colleges and universities when she kicked three extra points in Jackson State’s 40-14 victory over Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Saturday. Armenta was 3 for 3 on point-after kicks, with one in the second quarter and two in the fourth. The 5-foot-7 freshman from

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Coppin State University Receives $1 Million to Train Special Education Teachers in Maryland

By Coppin State University Coppin State University today announced an award of $1 million from the U.S. Department of Education to support and train educators to improve overall reading, math, and social emotional outcomes for school-age children with disabilities in Maryland, including children of color and those who are multilingual. Project POSE (Preparing Outstanding Special

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Claflin University Scholar Establishes W.H.I.S.P.E.R. Program To Support Women Education Majors

Courtesy of Claflin University Jordan Pritcher is a senior early education major who embodies what defines a “visionary leader” at Claflin University. Pritcher is a senior early education administration major from Savannah, Ga. She is also the founder and president of Women Heroically Inspiring Students Professionally Educationally and Respectfully (W.H.I.S.P.E.R.), the first student organization exclusively

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New Computer Hardware Technology minor designed in collaboration with Intel

by Central State University Dive into a limitless future of tech with Central State University’s innovative minor program in Computer Hardware Technology, offered by the prestigious Semiconductor Education and Research Program in the John W. Garland College of Engineering, Science, Technology, and Agriculture. This 14-credit-hour online program, created in collaboration with Intel industry experts, is designed to train skilled

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Spelman College Hosts Equity in Innovation Symposium, Celebrating Black Women as Disruptors in Tech

Written By Spelman College The Spelman College Camille Olivia Hanks, Ed.D., Academic Center auditorium buzzed with excitement and anticipation as students, alumnae and Atlanta technology professionals gathered to learn about the future of innovation at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and to celebrate Black women as disruptors in tech. Spelman College hosted the Equity

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A sign at the Prairie View A&M University entrance, Tuesday, May 25, 2021, in Prairie View, Tex. (Kirby Lee via AP)

7 people shot at off-campus party during Texas HBCU’s homecoming weekend

By Natalie Kainz Seven people, including a child, were shot Sunday at a packed off-campus party near Prairie View A&M University, a historically Black college in Texas, said the Waller County Sheriff’s Office. The event, a trail ride pasture party that over a thousand people attended, was hosted during Prairie View A&M’s homecoming weekend, about 2 miles from

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