Can Maryland HBCUs Survive the State's Higher Ed Mess?

University System of Maryland Chancellor Robert Caret will step down from his post next year, following months of criticism for the handling of a University of Maryland football player death […]

WATCH: Coppin State's Dorian Bostic Overcomes Odds, Earns Degrees and Preps for First Professional Fight

Coppin State University alumnus Dorian Bostic leads a life that is familiar to a lot of young HBCU alumni; working multiple jobs, worrying about paying off student loans and hoping […]

WATCH: Coppin State President Maria Thompson Discusses HBCUs' Role in the Digital Revolution

Coppin State University President Maria Thompson was recently featured by Microsoft during its annual Educause Conference. Dr. Thompson joined Microsoft Vice President of Worldwide Education, Anthony Salcito, to discuss the […]

Digest After Dark – Have Ya'll Heard About This HBCU Lawsuit in Maryland?

We discuss the latest phase of the landmark federal lawsuit involving Maryland’s four HBCUs, changes in West Virginia’s higher ed oversight structure, and preview upcoming accreditation decisions.

Larry Hogan's Choice is Simple: Support HBCUs or Lose an Election

Former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley was never a serious presidential candidate, but his prospects grew dimmer when police shootings around the country forced analysis of the ‘zero tolerance’ policing policies […]