BET’s ‘The Quad,’ a fictional look at life at a historically black university, has been canceled after two seasons.
The weekly drama centered around a fictitious historically black drama will return as one of BET’s signature original programs.
A prominent advocacy executive for historically black colleges and universities is the latest leader to write to Black Entertainment Television President Debra Lee seeking changes to its weekly HBCU-themed drama […]
Decades from now, books will be written about the life and times of President Barack Obama. Some of those may detail the president’s legacy on historically black colleges, which from nearly […]
The Petty Ass Podcast, a series dedicated to the perspectives of black professional millennials with a cast of HBCU graduates, discusses HBCUs on its latest episode. Topics include thoughts on […]
The head of Black Entertainment Television and the star of its new drama series ‘The Quad’ have responded to criticisms from leaders in the HBCU community, most notably, Hampton University […]
Shortly after the debut of Black Entertainment Television’s new drama ‘The Quad,’ officials from historically black colleges and universities quietly steamed about perceived inequities in the show’s representation of HBCU […]
“I didn’t sign up for this. If I had anywhere else to go…” In a perfect world, the setting of a historically black college campus would serve as an ideal secondary […]