HBCUs

Five Atlanta University Center Consortium students will be recipients of the new fellowship which begins this month.

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have had a significant impact on Black culture, and their influence on Black TV and Film cannot be understated.

Historically Black Colleges & Universities are re-emerging as powerhouses for the new generation. In this article, we take a look at some of the best figures from Hip-Hop who attended HBCUs and went on to make a great impact on the culture.

Black people have always been fly. But now aspiring designers at HBCUs are getting a boost via Harlem’s Fashion Row and Tapestry, the parent company behind Stuart Weitzman, Kate Spade, and Coach. Tapestry and Harlem’s Fashion Row are partnering with Kate Spade to provide HBCUs with direct access to the behind-the-scenes staff and infrastructure that […]

HBCU Football is one of the most important parts of Black college culture. The pride that exudes from your team having a successful season can empower trash talk amongst your friends for a full 365 days.

Thermo Fisher has reportedly donated $15 million worth of equipment to HBCUs across the country in an initiative called The Just Project; details inside.

Applications will be accepted online from now through the April 30 deadline.

The Morehouse School of Medicine, Meharry Medical College in Tennessee, and the University of Zambia have joined forces to further disease prevention research.

“I want to ensure that the students develop an external network in the industry,” says Hadiyah Mujhid.

Shootings at Black colleges have accounted for 25 percent of all school gun violence this year.