Evangeline Mitchell joined the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast to discuss the National HBCU Pre-Law Summit which will be in Atlanta September 23 and 24.
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Dr. Vera Triplett joins the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast to discuss how students and parents deal with the transition to college.
The HBCU Lifestyle Podcast was pleased to feature a conversation with about the HBCU Band documentary “Point and Drive”.
The HBCU Lifestyle Podcast welcomed Dr. Synthia Saint James who whose claims to fame include the first Kwanzaa stamp and the “Waiting to Exhale” book cover.
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.
Amid discussions of financial equity, the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast digs into two areas not often touched — economic development and bonds.
Episode 32 of the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast features two major events for HBCU students including a summer film institute and an upcoming academic program created by producer, director, and actor Nate Parker at Wiley College in Marshall, TX.
Jalaal Hayes, the youngest Ph.D. recipient in Delaware State history, and Christopher Braswell of TM² Education Search join the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast.