November 24, 2023

Washington Commanders Sign Bowie State Stand Out

By Nyah Peebles The Washington Commanders have signed former Bowie State University defensive lineman, Joshua Pryor to its practice squad. The team signed him as a free agent following the draft and invited him to a minicamp but he was released at roster cutdowns before the season started. According to HBCU Gameday, Pryor played in 49 games during

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Taraji P. Henson, the Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation, and kate spade New York Open the Second She Care Wellness Pod at Hampton University Campus in Hampton, Virginia

Courtesy of Hampton University Taraji P. Henson,¬†The Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation¬†(BLHF),¬†Kate Spade New York¬†and¬†Hampton University¬†celebrated the opening of the campus‚Äôs ‚ÄėShe Care Wellness Pod,‚Äô an extension of the program launched earlier this year that aims to reach over 25,000 Black women on HBCU campuses with frontline mental wellness care. In April 2023, BLHF and Kate

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WH Press Sec. Addresses Prominent Black Leaders Calling For A Ceasefire

By Jessica Washington A chorus¬†of prominent Black progressive¬†leaders¬†have spent the last month urging a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip. Many of them have criticized the administration‚Äôs response to the crisis ‚ÄĒ questioning how the White House can continue to back¬†the actions of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Since the Oct 7 terrorist attack, which killed

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Battle in the Bayou! Watchers Guide to the 50th Bayou Classic

By Joseph Alexander With the 50th Bayou Classic approaching, this game is an important turning point for both teams. For Grambling, winning this Bayou Classic would serve as a turning point for the program and head coach Hue Jackson after two underwhelming seasons in the SWAC. For Southern, not only would a win here assure

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Lincoln University of Missouri’s Expanding ROTC Program: Students Making a Difference and Shaping Their Futures

Written By Lincoln University of Missouri At Lincoln University of Missouri, the ROTC program thrives as a close-knit and resilient community. With a 14-person class that exemplifies the power of togetherness, these dedicated individuals are poised to make a significant impact. This year’s class stands as the largest LU has seen in five years, a

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TSU’s Grammy Award-Winning Band To Make Historic Appearance In Chicago Thanksgiving Parade

By Kelli Sharpe Tennessee State University‚Äôs Grammy award-winning Aristocrat of Bands will make another historic appearance when they march in the 2023 Chicago Thanksgiving Parade. The AOB, as the band is fondly called, will be the first band from a historically black university (HBCU) to participate in the ‚ÄúWindy City‚ÄĚ parade that begins at 8

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