During this unprecedented time of a global pandemic and and social distancing – there are several opportunities for the HBCU community to survive and thrive.
Caribbean born and U.S. raised Jason Peat is one of the owners and the Chief Operating Officer for a Dallas based company called Blue Infusion Technologies who has developed a wearable technology product called BearTek Gloves. The world will get a demonstration of the product on the ABC’s hit TV reality show, Shark Tank on […]
HBCU Football Classics are more than a game. They are a cultural experience, and a tradition that has been around for generations. Each year, thousands of faculty, students, alumni and fans flock to these major Black college events. Beyond the football games are a range of activities including tailgating, parades, college fairs, concerts, comedy shows, […]
We’re excited to announce the 2014 HBCU Classics football schedule for all of the black college football fans and supporters everywhere. This year we have a new football classic to add our list. The first annual Bahamas HBCUX Classic will be held on Saturday, September 13, 2014 in Nassau, Bahamas. This event will feature a […]
Everyone needs a side hustle—you know: the money you earn outside of your primary source of income. If you’re a college student, your primary source of funds may come from your parents, loans, net checks or a part-time job—if you’re fortunate enough to have these. If you’ve been looking for ways to increase your cash […]
In episode 13 of the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast, I’m happy share with you a positive example of the entrepreneurial spirit on HBCU campuses through my interview with tech start-up cofounders Jamerus Payton (North Carolina A&T State University), Baxter Smith (University of South Carolina) and Torrence Reed (North Carolina A&T State University). Their company, Growtuity, Inc., […]
In episode 12 of the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast I’m honored to have fellow HBCU advocate Dr. Crystal deGregory (Fisk ’03) on the show. Crystal (also known as HBCUstorian, Bahama Mama, and Chief) is the founder of HBCUSTORY, Inc., the co-host of the Black Docs Radio Show, and a lecturer at Tennessee State University. Will and Determination […]
In this episode of the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast, I’m excited to share with you a thought-provoking interview with communications pro Christopher Cathcart. Chris is a graduate of Howard University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations. His early career experience includes working with CNN, Motown Records, and Hidden Beach Records, to name […]