The Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning today announced North Carolina Central University Provost Felecia Nave as the preferred candidate for the Alcorn State University presidential vacancy.
If his name happens to surface for work with or within any system which includes public historically black colleges, students, faculty and alumni should protest the idea; loudly and immediately.
A new trend of executive stability appears to be emerging for the new year.
My Dear Brother Will: I am in receipt of your letter on the precarious nature of athletics at HBCUs published today, which challenges my position on the necessity of sports […]
The grisly and tragic details surrounding the 2009 shooting death of Alcorn State University football legend Steve McNair are being reexamined in a new podcast from Sports Illustrated. Steve McNair: […]
Alcorn State University and North Carolina A&T State University will play in the fourth edition of the unofficial HBCU college football national championship next Saturday. But will the second showdown […]
Mississippi IHL Commissioner and former Alcorn State University President Alfred Rankins had an interesting message for attendees at a recent listening session on campus between system leadership and Alcorn stakeholders.
Six years ago, Alcorn State University named Jay Hopson as its football coach. The Mississippi native was the first white head football coach in Braves history, and in the history […]
When executive leadership turns over at an institution of higher education, context matters. In some instances, executives who’ve served long tenures retire with preparations made and accreditation, financial solvency, and […]
Dr. Snell shares her journey of growing up in the shadows of Alcorn State, to becoming an entrepreneur in private dentistry practice with Ridgewood Smiles Dentistry LLC.