The United Nations Association of the USA (UNA-USA) and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority (AKA), Inc. have embarked on a new partnership with the aim of creating global citizens and fostering new audiences to better support the United Nations. The partnership, set to last until mid-2016, will engage a new generation of “ambassadors” in the vital […]
HBCU College Life: Everything You Want To Know about HBCU Campus Living
Tight-knit dorm living. Unique Greeks. Exhilarating sports. In addition to top-notch academia, HBCU college life offers a virtual buffet of exciting experiences. With so many extracurricular options, how can you decide where to focus first? HBCULifestyle is here to help. From advice on moving onto and off campus to the latest sports scores, we’re here to make choosing the details of your life outside the classroom a breeze.
Are you a first generation college student needing survival tips? A current (or even past) student interested in keeping up with campus style trends? Maybe you’re researching a Greek fraternity or sorority. HBCULifestyle offers something for all of the above – whether it’s history about the Divine Nine, or links to online stores selling your favorite HBCU gear.
Part of the unrivaled excitement of HBCU college life lies in the myriad of campus activities. Don’t get overwhelmed. Let HBCULifestyle help you navigate your HBCU experience.
With the holidays quickly approaching, now’s the perfect time to start thinking about your black college gift list for family, friends, students and alumni this season! To help, we’ve put together our first HBCU Lifestyle Holiday Gift Guide to help you choose from a variety of gift categories that meets your needs. Don’t see the […]
As I read Felecia Commodore’s piece, “Black Sororities and Violence Against Women Awareness”, I realized that men cannot sit on the sidelines as the national conversation about domestic violence persists, especially during Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Those of us in Alpha Phi Alpha, Kappa Alpha Psi, Omega Psi Phi, Phi Beta Sigma, and Iota Phi […]
The Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU) Lacrosse Consortium will be hosting the 2nd Annual HBCU Lacrosse All Star Game at Howard University’s Greene Stadium on the weekend of November 8th and 9th. The HBCU Lacrosse Consortium (representatives from Hampton University, Howard University, Morehouse College, Morgan State University and University of Maryland – Eastern Shore) […]
VH1’s upcoming original movie “Drumline: A New Beat,” produced in partnership with Fox Television Studios, and executive produced by the original film producers Wendy Finerman, Dallas Austin and Jody Gerson, along with Nick Cannon, will premiere Monday, October 27th at 9PM ET/PT. The original film was produced by Fox 2000. The telefilm is the next project in […]
“Somebody/anybody, sing a Black girl’s song/bring her out/to know herself/to know you”- Ntozake Shange These words are from one of my favorite poems/books “For Colored Girls Who’ve Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf.” This book is full of Black women of all shades and backgrounds who move around in the same world with their […]
Academic advising plays an important role in supporting student learning on a college campus. It is a process in which academic advisors assist students in their growth and development by creating meaningful educational plans that are compatible with their life goals. While advising is often associated with course selection, it is actually a lot more […]
Lincoln Motor Company’s Divine Nine Driven To Give Program 2014 is a charitable endeavor with a difference. Running in association with the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), a group of nine Black Greek-letter Organizations (BGLOs), this program is based on fun and adventure. Divine Nine is an extension of Lincoln’s current Driven To Give venture, which supports charitable organizations […]