The Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning today announced North Carolina Central University Provost Felecia Nave as the preferred candidate for the Alcorn State University presidential vacancy.
North Carolina Central University profiles music professors Isrea Butler and Ralph Barrett, who recently played with the Colour of Music Orchestra, an all-African American classical ensemble based in Charleston, S.C.
…when we’ve mastered all that we can learn within limited resources, and our families and professional imaginations exceed our foundational spaces, we have to leave. Not because we want to, […]
North Carolina Central University head men’s basketball coach LeVelle Moton is big on the Eagles’ team and community functioning as a family. So it was no surprise that his son […]
Researchers at three historically black colleges will conduct studies of the molecules that can influence serious brain diseases, thanks to a $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation. Faculty […]
ABC 11 in Raleigh shares the story of four North Carolina Central University graduates whose HBCU experience and friendship helped them to become attorneys, and eventually, elected and appointed judges.
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 […]
Durham police are investigating the shooting death of a North Carolina Central University student On Monday, police identified the victim as 23-year-old DeAndre Ballard, a New Bern native and student […]
Several historically black colleges and universities are claiming new spots on the controversial list of the nation’s best institutions as ranked by the US News and World Report. The annual […]
The NCAA today announced new rules which will make it easier for athletes good enough to make it to the NBA to return to school if those dreams fall short.