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Florida Memorial Professor Tameka Hobbs Talks HBCU Commencement, Florida’s Lynching History

Florida Memorial University professor, historian and author Tameka Hobbs discusses two different HBCU narratives in the state surrounding commencement, and her new book "Democracy...

Former FAMU Trustee Offers 15 Qualities Needed in Next President

When Florida A&M University national alumni convene in Baltimore for their annual convention this week, they will get a chance to say what they want...

Tuskegee Leads HBCUs, Among Top 15 Nationally in Campus Land Ownership

Quite a few colleges actually own land in other countries and many colleges own land in their endowments for investments in timber and other...

HBCUs Nearly Double Average Graduation Rates of For-Profit Competitors

New data from the U.S. Department of Education shows private, for-profit institutions do the worst job of graduating Pell-eligible students. While 3 in 4 students...

Former Mizzou President Michael Middleton Named Lincoln Interim President

The Lincoln University Board of Curators have announced Michael Middleton as Interim President of Lincoln University. Middleton, who most recently served as Interim President...

South Carolina Takes Over Historically Black Denmark Tech, Offers Free Tuition

State efforts to save a historically black public college in one of South Carolina's poorest areas include offering local high school graduates a free...

WATCH – Morgan State Takes Over Camden Yards

Morgan State University served as the presenting sponsor for 'Celebrate Maryland Day' at a recent Baltimore Orioles home game at Camden Yards. MSU President David Wilson...

Fisk’s Sharee Brewer Selected for National STEM Research Internship

Sharee Brewer, a senior Biology major from Jackson, TN has been selected to attend the Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (SRE) at the University...

WATCH – Miss USA Kara McCullough Talks South Carolina State, HBCUs

Newly crowned Miss USA Kara McCullough appeared on 'Sway in the Morning' where she discussed her time at South Carolina State University and the...

FAMU Joins Tech Workforce Development Consortium, Launches Code Academy

Domi, Florida A&M University, and the Office of Mayor Andrew Gillum launched I/O Avenue, a Tallahassee-based code academy Wednesday. The program, created as a part...