Contributor Charlie Nelms pens an open letter to the HBCU Class of 2016 that includes his best tips and insights to help recent graduates in their next phase of life.
Charlie Nelms asks up to reconsider how we celebrate Black History Month and provides three ways to commit to knowing ourselves better.
Throughout our history, people of color have had to endure many toils, trials, and tribulations in America. This long running play about Black humanity is collectively called Black History. Embracing our history should be vital to people of color. It helps us obtain a clear and sound understanding of the past, the problems we face […]
Source:The Sallie Mae Fund This free scholarship search, geared for African-American students, contains more than 300 scholarships searchable by GPA requirement, academic and career interest, and application deadline. This directory is a part of The Sallie Mae Fund’s multi-faceted African-American College Access Initiative, launched in October 2005, to improve access to higher education among African-American […]
Article courtesy of Montgomery Advertiser: It was a vinyl revival this weekend as Alabama State University hosted a two-day “yard sale” to raise donations for its campus radio station. The event came at the end of a weeklong membership drive, in which people could pledge donations to the station and become members. WVAS-FM station manager […]
By William Jackson, HBCU Lifestyle Contributor There is a mounting influx of digital technologies that are embedding themselves in the lifestyles of people in the Jacksonville community. One of these is the act of Blogging, Webster’s dictionary describes blogging as, “diary: a personal chronological log of thoughts published on a Web page”. Jacksonville is rapidly […]