From the Marching 100 to the Sonic Boom of the South, this list of the HBCU marching bands examines the history, music, and moves that defined their legacy.
In 2010, Nicole Ford left her corporate job to start Stepping in the Right Direction. Today, Ford is the responsible for year-round college tours.
Jazz Kelley dreamed of becoming a professional musician. Her passion for music led her to make history at Albany State University. Read her story.
Florida A&M University alumna Zenzile “Zenzi” Powell is the owner of Zberry Frozen Yogurt & Treats the first Fro-Yo shop opened by a Black woman in Chicago.
Hyp Kreationz apparel founder and Bethune-Cookman University alumna Krystal Winston is using her experiences to bring cultural awareness to HBCU students.
Are you looking for inexpensive college textbooks? This guide will help you find the affordable options for your college classes.
Military and community service provide great options for students looking to pay for college while serving their country. Here are five options to consider.
In episode 34 of the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast, Clark Atlanta University alumnus Kareem Taylor talks about becoming a successful voiceover artist and how to turn your dreams into a lucrative career.