Can Maryland HBCUs Survive the State's Higher Ed Mess?

University System of Maryland Chancellor Robert Caret will step down from his post next year, following months of criticism for the handling of a University of Maryland football player death […]

Chorus Grows in Support of Settling Maryland HBCU Lawsuit. But Are They Actually Saying Anything?

Seems like the circles of legislative influences in Maryland are starting to widen in support of a swift settlement for the state’s 13-year federal discrimination lawsuit involving its four historically […]

HBCU Presidential Hirings and Firings – a 2018-19 Mid-Term Report

A new trend of executive stability appears to be emerging for the new year.

Brother to Brother: Will, Sports are the Front Porch to the HBCU for a Reason

My Dear Brother Will: I am in receipt of your letter on the precarious nature of athletics at HBCUs published today, which challenges my position on the necessity of sports […]

Digest After Dark – Have Ya'll Heard About This HBCU Lawsuit in Maryland?

We discuss the latest phase of the landmark federal lawsuit involving Maryland’s four HBCUs, changes in West Virginia’s higher ed oversight structure, and preview upcoming accreditation decisions.

Larry Hogan's Choice is Simple: Support HBCUs or Lose an Election

Former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley was never a serious presidential candidate, but his prospects grew dimmer when police shootings around the country forced analysis of the ‘zero tolerance’ policing policies […]