April 29, 2024

Revolutionary Love: A Concert to Benefit Thistle Farms A night of song, stories at the Ryman featuring the Fisk Jubilee Singers

Courtesy of Fisk University Thistle Farms, an international nonprofit justice enterprise serving women survivors of trafficking, prostitution, and addiction, announces Revolutionary Love, a benefit concert at the historic Ryman Auditorium on Tuesday, March 19, 2024 in honor of International Women’s Day. “Our story of revolutionary love began almost 30 years ago with a single house to

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UAPB STEM Scholars Make History with Record Acceptance to Meharry Medical College

Courtesy of the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff UAPB is excited to announce that six scholars from the University of Arkansas Pine Bluff STEM Academy have been chosen to attend Meharry Medical College in Nashville, TN. This marks the ïŹrst time in the 21st century that UAPB has had this many scholars accepted to such a prestigious medical

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Celebrating 60 Years Of Excellence At The 2024 Spring Honors Convocation at TSU

By Alexis Clark Tennessee State University proudly hosted its 12th Annual University-wide Honors Convocation, recognizing nearly 3,000 students for their outstanding academic achievements and overall success. The event, themed “Timeless Achievements,” commemorated 60 years of honors excellence and showcased the remarkable accomplishments of thousands of TSU students. “For six decades, the TSU Honors College has

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Howard University Receives Record-Breaking Applications For 2028 Class

By Brooke Brinson According to Howard University’s undergraduate admissions, the applicant pool for the class of 2028 increased by 12 percent to about 37,000 applicants, a record, and about 4,000 more than last year’s 33,000 applicants. Undergraduate admissions officer Andrew Taylor said that the acceptance rate was “about 30 to 32 percent.” Last year’s admission rate

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Kirk Franklin Speaks About Black Fatherhood During Visit To Norfolk State

Courtesy of Norfolk State University Fatherhood is a topic that is not often discussed. Black fatherhood, often silenced within the community, requires an extra dose of courage to break through the barriers of discussion. Norfolk State University’s Office of Campus Life & Diversity recently broke that silence, and  took on the subject of Black fatherhood

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Former WNBA Draftee hired for HBCU coaching job

Courtesy of University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Vice Chancellor for Intercollegiate Athletics Chris Robinson announced Thursday that Erica Leak has been named the new head women’s basketball coach. The 2005 WNBA Draftee will begin her era with the Golden Lions Women’s Basketball as the program’s 10th head coach. With

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Swing Into Success: Make Golf Your Thing 2024 HBCU Partnership Tour Stops at Texas Southern University

Courtesy of Texas Southern University Texas Southern University is one of 10 HBCUs selected for the HBCU Golf Consortium initiative, a pilot program under the leadership of Make Golf Your Thing, a collaborative industry movement working to accelerate golf’s evolution by making it more diverse and inclusive. As a pilot member of the HBCU Golf Consortium

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