Hampton doesn’t get to stop growing, fall in rankings, drop further in enrollment, or lose federal funding just because there is a new president for the first time in 44 years
Hampton is saying goodbye to one of the longest-serving presidents in history and hello to a new era of leadership, but without the heraldry one would expect for these goings and comings.
Boards must consider the time and temperature of their work and the long-term impacts they can create by miscalculating institutional fit between campus and leadership.
Hampton University alumna Ruth Carter and Morehouse College alumni Brian Tyree Henry, Samuel L. Jackson and Spike Lee were among the most memorable figures of last night’s Academy Awards show. […]
A commentary on the HBCU community’s steady struggle with power, politics and recognizing the complexity of both within institutional support.
A historic invitation will take the Force overseas for a new year celebration.
An HBCU football legend joins the ranks for college football’s greatest.
The Philadelphia Tribune reports that multi-sport star and Little League World Series icon Mo’ne Davis has committed to Hampton University, where she will play for the Lady Pirates’ softball team […]
We talk with Dr. Harvey about his reflections on the 41st president and George H.W. Bush’s ties to HBCUs.
Hampton University and North Carolina A&T State University will support enhanced training opportunities for their students in undergraduate and advanced degree study and research with multi-million dollar federal grants. Hampton […]