It is hard to determine a worse proposition for historically black colleges; that industry, culture and finance have converged to threaten the existence of most of our schools, or that Black America doesn’t have the wealth or awareness to do anything about it.… Read More
A duo of Tallahassee-based attorneys have filed an accompanying lawsuit to a case brought by two University of Florida graduates against the State of Florida, alleging systemic withholding of matching donations to its public institutions and depriving students of billions in financial aid and scholarship support.… Read More
A Hampton University Professor won a $1 million prize playing the Gold Bar Bonanza scratch off.
Dr. Calvin Lowe, who is Dean of the School of Science, thought he’d won the top prize, but he wasn’t certain.… Read More
A lengthy meeting held by Southern University Supervisors upheld the controversial firing of a popular executive this afternoon, as a two-vote margin formally dismissed Brandon Dumas as the university’s vice-chancellor of student affairs and enrollment management.… Read More
Longtime academician Dr. Ivory V. Nelson, a three-time university president and one-time community college chancellor, has assumed the role of interim provost at Jackson State University.… Read More
Nearly one month after being placed on paid administrative leave following growing concerns over his outside civic memberships and an alleged sex tape, Southern University Vice-Chancellor for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management Brandon Dumas has been fired from the university, but will appeal the decision at a regularly scheduled board meeting tomorrow afternoon.… Read More