As they begin their search for a college, many students are confused by the term ‘liberal arts school.’ This is an often-used phrase, and many colleges fall under the liberal arts umbrella. However, it’s not a phrase which is clearly defined to many high school students. The liberal arts have an interesting history. As far […]
When choosing a degree, it’s nearly always in a student’s best interest to strive for the highest level of education possible. In many fields, a doctoral degree is considered standard. In others, it is not yet standard but is always considered as an asset when hiring. In addition, many industries have begun to require or […]
Mother’s Day is fast approaching. It is the best time of the year to show your love for your mother by treating her to a special dinner or giving her an expensive gift. But what if you don’t have enough financial resources for something fancy during this memorable day? Don’t fret because you can still […]
The spring 2013 graduation ceremonies at Historically Black Colleges and Universities around the nation will be keynoted by an impressive lineup. These speakers represent a wide range of celebrity personalities and professionals that include actors, politicians, CEOs, lawyers, religious leaders, civil rights activists, radio personalities and accomplished poets. Listed by date, here are just 10 […]
If you’ve never had the pleasure of sampling Terrance Williams’ work, do yourself a favor and head over to terrancewilliams.bandcamp.com. This up-and-coming musician is multi-talented, drawing influences from a sweeping range of musical influences and sampling R&B, hip-hop and electronica, to name just a few, in his current single, Awkward Turtle (We’re In Trouble!). Williams’ […]
Located in Dallas, Texas, Paul Quinn College recently unveiled a new link in the powerful chain of HBCUs. The Center for Fundraising and Philanthropy has been designed to support, encourage and forge new ground in its’ namesake subjects. About the Fundraising and Philanthropy Center At Paul Quinn College, you can find the Center in the […]
For more than a century, black colleges have been a symbol of hope, knowledge, and cultural pride for African-American students. Learn about the first HBCU.
Nashville-Based HBCUSTORY, Inc. in partnership with the Nashville Public Library and the Nashville Public Library Foundation, will host the 2013 HBCUStory Symposium on Saturday, April 27, 2013. The keynote speaker for this historic event will be none other than Michael J. Sorell, Esq., President of Paul Quinn College in Dallas. Sorell is credited with his […]