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.
Long-serving Howard University faculty member and pioneering medical figure LaSalle Leffall died last week. He was 89. Dr. Leffall served as chairman of Howard’s Department of Surgery for more than […]
Florida A&M University graduates from across the country convened earlier this month for the university’s annual National Alumni Association convention held in Birmingham, AL., where participants raised more than $450,000 […]
The HBCU network is powerful, but can the numbers of its influence make it even stronger?
An HBCU football legend joins the ranks for college football’s greatest.
North Carolina’s Bennett College for Women, plagued by years of declining enrollment and financial hardship today announced its intent to appeal a decision from the Southern Association of Colleges and […]
A look at the top ten most viewed videos on YouTube attached to the search term ‘HBCU’ yields some interesting results. Among the top ten, number one is a VICE […]
Activities have begun for the inauguration of former multiple-time interim and now permanent president of Florida A&M University Larry Robinson. This event will formally end an almost six-year roller coaster […]
Florida’s new governor may create dramatic shifts for the state’s higher education outcomes, and specifically for its flagship HBCU.
Since watching politicians vote is a thing, here is footage of Florida A&M University alumnus and Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum voting in his Tallahassee-based precinct.