Last weekend Morgan State University celebrated its first full-scale homecoming since 2019 due to the COVID-19 global pandemic. The event had a new take on old Morgan Spirit; a new […]
A Crucial Year in HBCU Leadership: The 2021-22 HBCU Executive Turnover Report
For nothing is fixed, forever, forever, forever, it is not fixed, the earth is always shifting, the light is always changing […] James Baldwin, “For Nothing is Fixed” Executive turnover […]
FAMU Receives Nearly $70M in New Funding in State Budget
The funding is designed to beef up the University’s student success initiatives, including graduation and retention rates, first-time licensure pass rates for nursing, pharmacy, and physical therapy, boosting the number […]
Bowie State is first HBCU to sponsor national documentaries on PBS
Maryland Public Television (MPT) and Bowie State University today announced that Bowie State has signed on as a premier sponsor for two important original PBS documentaries – Harriet Tubman: Visions of Freedom and Becoming Frederick Douglass – […]
University of St. Thomas to offer online degree program taught entirely in Spanish
The University of St. Thomas Houston plans to launch a new online associate degree program taught entirely in Spanish to appeal to the city’s burgeoning Latino community, starting in spring 2023. […]
Kyle Rittenhouse says he’s enrolled at Texas A&M, school refutes the claim
Kyle Rittenhouse claimed he’ll attend Texas A&M University on a podcast, but university officials tell a different story, saying he has not been admitted as a student.
Ohio state school superintendent resigns less than a month after starting job
Ohio Superintendent of Public Instruction Steve Dackin resigned from his job Friday, effective immediately, according to a letter he submitted to the Ohio State Board of Education. The state board selected […]
HBCU Springcoming scholarship event headed to Birmingham
HBCU Springcoming , a New York based event that brings historically black college graduates to one place is in Birmingham for the first time.
Tennessee principal faces firing after dragging student through halls
A Middle Tennessee school board has recommended a principal be fired for dragging a special education student through the school.
Education Secretary calls for federal action to prevent school shootings
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona said Thursday he is ashamed the United States is “becoming desensitized to the murder of children” and that action is needed now to prevent more lives from being […]
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