Several historically black university presidents have publicly denounced racist violence and rhetoric in downtown Charlottesville, VA. last week, calling for healing, responsibility, and awareness amid growing racial rifts throughout the country.… Read More
Hampton University senior Ayanna Bozeman is just 20 years old and already making a name for herself.
The strategic communications major has taken her classroom training and her knowledge of social media to build a lucrative business and brand through YouTube.… Read More
The United States Air Force's Judge Advocate General Program (JAG) annually admits and trains some of the nation's top legal talent for military service.… 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
The Hampton University Business Incubator closed Friday after 17 years as city funding stopped, the director said.
The incubator at 6 W.… Read More
The City of Hampton, the Hampton Police Division, Newport News Sheriff’s Office, York-Poquoson Sheriff’s Office and Hampton University held a joint conference Monday morning at Hampton University.… Read More
More than 2,000 students, faculty, staff, alumni and supporters set a new single-day philanthropic record for Hampton University last week, raising nearly $1.3 million dollars as a part of its fourth annual ‘Day of Giving.’
The campaign, driven by extensive social media outreach, on-site solicitation, and digital and traditional mail contributions raised an average of $600 among 2002 total donors.… Read More
Howard University has retained its place as one of the nation’s leading producers of volunteers in the national Peace Corps program, leading all historically black colleges and universities for the sixth consecutive year.… Read More
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 culture.… Read More