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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...

Tennessee State, Clark Atlanta Alum Erwin Hill Builds HBCU Sports Events as Recruitment Stronghold

Birmingham native Erwin Prentiss Hill is all about historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) — and not just because he is the product of...

After 55 Year Break, Grandmother of Four Graduates Summa Cum Laude From Tennessee State

Darlene Mullins always told her children to finish what they started. On May 6, the 72-year-old grandmother of four will did just that when...

Reports: Kevin Rome to Be Named Fisk President

Lincoln University President Kevin Rome will be named to the same position at Fisk University, sources close to the school's board of trustees have...

HBCU Voices of STEM Excellence – Jackson State/Meharry Medical’s Justin Turner

We talk with Dr. Justin Turner, Mississippi's youngest private internal medicine practitioner, about his path to success from an HBCU, the value in earning...

Howard, South Carolina State, and Lane Win Big in Home Depot “Retool Your School”...

On May 9th, Home Depot announced the winners of the 2016 "Retool Your School" contest benefiting HBCU campuses who submitted proposals and encouraged alumni...

LeMoyne-Owen’s Anthony Smith Competes on Golf Course, Against Sickle Cell Disease

LeMoyne-Owen College senior Anthony Smith continues to impress as student athlete, but more as an example of how to live boldly with sickle cell...

Concern Grows Over Possible Arson at Abandoned Knoxville Campus

Alumni are concerned about a series of fires being set near and around abandoned facilities at Knoxville College.

Tennessee State Forms Advisory Committee for FOCUS Transition

Tennessee State University this week announced a new advisory committee created to offer support and insight for the university's transition to a new state-mandated leadership...

Siblings Latest Gift Totals $500K in Support of Tennessee State

A brother and sister who continued their parents' legacy of learning at Tennessee State University have donated $250,000 to create similar opportunities for future TSU students, bringing their total lifetime support of the school to $500,000.