Shaw seeks rezoning greenlight for construction and development in downtown Raleigh

The rezoning is needed, university officials said, to put the historic Black university on solid footing after years of financial concerns and backlogged campus maintenance. “We are fighting for our […]

Prairie View A&M should proceed with caution in partnership with Texas A&M

Flagship institutions in the Texas A&M University System will collaborate for research, academic expansion, and faculty development in a new partnership announced yesterday. The partnership will engage students, faculty and […]

Morris Brown fully accredited for the first time in 20 years

More than 20 years after losing its accreditation following financial issues and lost student enrollment, Morris Brown College has been unanimously approved as a member of the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools Accreditation Commission (TRACS).

FAMU, Grambling broadcast battles with SWAC show lack of institutional insight and control

An athletic director has resigned, a football coach is stirring public turmoil, and a contract has all but ensured litigation for the nation’s highest-profile historically Black athletic conference. 

Tennessee State latest to test worth of HBCU guaranteed games with Power 5 competition

There’s no reason to doubt the vision of head coach that’s played at the highest levels of college and professional football, or a sports culture at TSU that wants to be regarded as the best. But there’s plenty of reason to doubt how the guaranteed game model, regardless of how big the check may be from Notre Dame, isn’t the best or most sustainable for Tennessee State or any HBCU to consider.