Entry #56, February 25, 2011 Article source: LeTay Publishing: This is the ultimate guide for the over 100 HBCUs. Student life, tuition, accreditation, school mascots, location and more importantly, the history. This guide is the culmination of over 1 year of research to bring together all in one place the information that high school students […]
Entry #55, February 23, 2011 Note from Co-Author: Tia C. M. Tyree: My co-author – Chris Cathcart, and I believe this could be a powerful book to help promote, explain and highlight the unique HBCU experience. It’s important to know we don’t care about the grammar or writing styles. We’ll fix the wording. We just want genuine stories […]
Entry #54, February 22, 2011 Article from: Cheyney University Cheyney University – Founder’s Week, two great events this week. Click here for the entire week schedule. February 22nd – Tribute to Ed Bradley: Ed Bradley Tribute, Click here for PDF February 23rd – Evening with Spike Lee
Entry #53, February 17, 2011 Article from: HBCU Awards Welcome to the 2011 HBCU Awards – March 18, 2011 The HBCU Awards acknowledges and celebrates achievement from historically black colleges and universities throughout the United States. Crowning winners in the fields of leadership, arts, athletics, research, and community engagement, the HBCU Awards is the first […]
Entry #51, February 8, 2011 Article from: Diverse WASHINGTON, D.C. — In a strategic move to get closer to both the students it serves as well as the focal point for the nation’s education policy, United Negro College Fund President Michael Lomax formally announced plans Monday to relocate the organization in the heart of one […]
Entry #50, February 6, 2011 Article from: Empower Me Tour.org Check out where the UNCF (United Negro College Fund) is stopping next for the HBCU Empower Me Tour! On February 12th they are scheduled for North Carolina A&T University.
Entry #48, January 28, 2011 Article from: News One New Orleans — Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, a Republican, on Tuesday ordered a study of the feasibility of merging two neighboring New Orleans universities that have both struggled to fill classrooms and graduate students. A combined institution might provide stronger services to the students of the […]
Among a crowd of students, faculty and alumni of Tuskegee University, Gilbert L. Rochon became the school’s newest president Saturday. He is only the sixth president in the 130-year history of the university. Members of the community and various well-wishers also filled the Gen. Daniel “Chappie” James Center for more than three hours to witness […]