Kimberly Godwin becomes the first Black woman to lead the news division of a major broadcast television network.
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The top eight HBCU marching bands will perform at the 16th annual Honda Battle of the Bands Invitational Showcase in Atlanta on January 27, 2018.
9th Wonder visits the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast to discuss his journey from North Carolina Central student to Grammy Award-winning producer and lecturer.
Travis Martin joins the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast to talk about his path from student leader Mississippi Valley State to a university student affairs leader.
Halima Leak Francis joins the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast to help HBCU students and alumni figure out the best way to manage the process of earning a doctorate.
Dr. Larry Walker pens a love letter to his alma mater to create a counter-narrative to challenge critics of Cheyney University.
Steven Jackson, the youngest elected to the Caddo Parish Commission, tells the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast that Grambling State prepared him for public service.
Alabama State alumna Jamie Coleman joins the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast to discuss how her HBCU experience led to a job offer from Google.