Entry #53, February 17, 2011 Article from: HBCU Awards Welcome to the 2011 HBCU Awards – March 18, 2011 The HBCU Awards acknowledges and celebrates achievement from historically black colleges and universities throughout the United States. Crowning winners in the fields of leadership, arts, athletics, research, and community engagement, the HBCU Awards is the first […]
From HBCU Battle of the Bands to Homecoming: HBCU Events
One of the best things about HBCUs is their thriving social life – from the HBCU battle of the bands to the HBCU homecoming series. These vibrant schools are as full of exciting social experiences as they are of academia and history. Let HBCU Lifestyle be your guide to finding the most exciting upcoming HBCU events surrounding your alma mater.
HBCU events have become some of the most celebrated of all college events across the spectrum. Even non-alumni look forward to Atlanta’s HBCU Battle of the Bands and the crowning of HBCU homecoming queens. We offer coverage of it all! But we also know HBCU events extend beyond the party scene to encompass each school’s surrounding community. Events such as Spelman’s Women of Color Conference or Tuskegee’s year-long celebration of George Washington Carver capture the spirit of community that has been at the heart of HBCUs since they were founded.
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Entry #50, February 6, 2011 Article from: Empower Me Tour.org Check out where the UNCF (United Negro College Fund) is stopping next for the HBCU Empower Me Tour! On February 12th they are scheduled for North Carolina A&T University.
Entry #43, January 9, 2011 Article from: The T and D South Carolina State University‘s Marching 101 has joined the ranks of the top eight Historically Black College and University marching bands selected to perform at the 2011 Honda Battle of the Bands Invitational Showcase. Other bands participating in the showcase, set for Jan. 29 […]
Entry #23, December 7, 2010 Article from: Black Voices Calling all HBCU alum: If you’re really into your alma mater, now you’ll get a chance to root for your college team on TV, all the time. In 2011, Historically Black Colleges and Universities will have their own television network, mainly featuring black collegiate sports programming, […]