We have put together a list of essential mobile apps for college students that range from free to very inexpensive. These apps will help students get an edge with organization, productivity skills, as well as save money. Mobile devices have drastically changed the way students learn today and tools like these allow them to be more efficient than ever.
HBCU College Life: Everything You Want To Know about HBCU Campus Living
Tight-knit dorm living. Unique Greeks. Exhilarating sports. In addition to top-notch academia, HBCU college life offers a virtual buffet of exciting experiences. With so many extracurricular options, how can you decide where to focus first? HBCULifestyle is here to help. From advice on moving onto and off campus to the latest sports scores, we’re here to make choosing the details of your life outside the classroom a breeze.
Are you a first generation college student needing survival tips? A current (or even past) student interested in keeping up with campus style trends? Maybe you’re researching a Greek fraternity or sorority. HBCULifestyle offers something for all of the above – whether it’s history about the Divine Nine, or links to online stores selling your favorite HBCU gear.
Part of the unrivaled excitement of HBCU college life lies in the myriad of campus activities. Don’t get overwhelmed. Let HBCULifestyle help you navigate your HBCU experience.
Source: Big Lead Sports 1st & Goal in the Bronx: Grambling vs. Morgan State 1968” Debuts Wednesday, Sept. 28 at 7:00 PM, ET CBS Sports Network is going back to the future with a one-hour documentary, 1st & Goal in The Bronx: Grambling vs. Morgan State. The film recounts a game between Grambling and Morgan […]
Fashion collective Brooklyn Circus combines a seriously cultivated throwback aesthetic with clean, contemporary tailoring to create wonderfully unique looks (that also happen to be wearable). But that’s not all they’re up to. We asked founder Ouigi Theodore about Brooklyn Circus’s engagement with the world beyond fashion (touring historically black colleges, working to end the use […]
In light of current emergencies such as hurricanes and earthquakes, Americans are relying more and more on social media, mobile technology and online news outlets to learn about ongoing disasters, seek help and share information about their well-being after emergencies, according to two new surveys conducted by the American Red Cross. The surveys, one by […]
With a little imagination and effort, you can be the freshman with the most eco-friendly dorm room on campus. Going green in college doesn’t refer to the color on the classroom walls. It means buying products — appliances, storage solutions, bath basics, sheets and towels — made from recycled or organically grown materials. It can […]
Source: Schools.com by by Loreal Lynch It’s no surprise that students are obsessed with their mobile devices. What may come as a surprise, though, is the fact that these digital devices may someday replace textbooks all together—and it may be sooner than we think! South Korea recently announced that by the year 2015, all paper […]
When Keshia Campbell took the job of athletic director at Hampton this week, she joined a small, privileged class of women. She became one of six women to lead NCAA Division I athletic programs. Keshia Campbell will become Hampton’s first female athletic director Aug. 6. Credits: Hampton SID/Jeff Cunningham When she takes the reins of […]
Article submitted by HBCU Lifestyle Contributor: Penny Dickerson African American college students should applaud the vocal example of Bebe Moore Campbell. In an age where rap stars and NBA athletes are the most celebrated heroes, it is with good cause that we lift up a woman whose advocacy was intended to help so many. Prior […]