Miles College made history last weekend as the first school in the last ten years to win SIAC football and basketball titles in the same athletic year, joining Lane College […]
Miles College is at the center of a growing HBCU economic development initiative called ‘The Yard,’ which partners black college campuses, cities and corporations to create skilled professionals and living […]
Two sitting HBCU presidents – Dr. George French of Miles College and Dr. Herman Felton of Wiley College – give remarks during Jackson State University’s fall commencement exercises shortly after […]
Bowie State University and Miles College could not have taken more divergent paths to their respective conference football championship games, but the Bulldogs and Bears shared a common thread of […]
When Reginald Reese describes his first year at Alabama A&M University, he can’t help but smile. “It went well. It went well. I’ve got a really great professor. I’ve got great friends. All my […]
Miles College President George French surprised nine aspiring college students last week with an offer of $10,000 scholarships to every student who chooses to enroll in the school this fall. […]
Miles College student Larry Scott was awarded a top individual prize at a recent international policy summit held at Howard University and sponsored in part by the North Atlantic Treaty […]
Miles College captured its first SIAC golf championship this week, with a wire to wire finish.
Civil rights activist John Lewis and democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton appeared at Miles College this week as part of growing southern outreach to black voters.
Miles College student Titus Battle details a history of mental illness, addiction, and alleged sexual abuse at the hands of a church official to achieve top honors at the school.