Dr. Charlie Nelms joined the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast to discuss HBCU leaders during public scrutiny of their institutions and how they can manage adversity.
Forget about the politics of the 2016 presidential election. America needs ethical leadership and Black Greeks can be a significant part of that movement.
HBCUs must find ways of remaining relevant through enhancing their mission in the 21st century. Here is a short list of ideas for enhancing HBCUs.
With the success of increased enrollment at many HBCUs, we cannot take for granted the greater responsibility this places on our institutional leadership.
Every Black Greek is expected to be a leader. Let’s look at how your peers can tell you are representing your fraternity or sorority well.
The White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities has announced that students from across 63 HBCUs have been named HBCU All-Stars.
New Year’s Resolutions for the Divine Nine members to maintain the integrity of their fraternities and sororities.
The recent race-related incident at the University of Missouri resulting in the resignations of the University of Missouri system president and chancellor have spurred numerous protests on college campuses across the country. While some allege that these student-led movements are unnecessary and divisive; the timeline of events that precipitated Jonathon Butler’s hunger strike at Missouri […]