A new trend of executive stability appears to be emerging for the new year.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association recently profiled Alabama A&M University alumna Tamica Smith Jones, who serves as Director of Athletics at the University of California-Riverside following a distinguished stop as […]
Clark Atlanta University President Ronald Johnson will resign from the university effective Dec. 7, citing personal reasons as the motivation for his departure.
A mix of newly appointed and seasoned HBCU presidents will highlight the roster of advisors to President Donald Trump on historically black colleges and universities, expected to be revealed to […]
Morris Brown College sold some land it didn’t own to the City of Atlanta, which has plenty of attorneys and civic analysts who are paid to know better about purchasing […]
Good of All, a nonprofit organization committed to educating citizens about human rights and freedoms recently announced the launch of the Universal Rights Scholarship Program, named for civil rights advocacy […]
We must find a balance as a society. As we step into this new era of giving victims of sexual harassment and assault the equal voice, which they have deserved […]
Land given to Morris Brown College more than 75 years ago from Clark Atlanta University on the condition of its continuing use for academic purposes must be returned to CAU, […]
Weeks after tweeting about his interest in attending Clark Atlanta University and creating a Twitter tug-of-war between Atlanta University Center schools, Chance the Rapper hung out with CAU administrators during […]