From a Dream to Broadway – Shaw University Alumnus Aaron Harrington ’15 is Now on Center Stage and living his wildest dreams.
From the Marching 100 to the Sonic Boom of the South, this list of the HBCU marching bands examines the history, music, and moves that defined their legacy.
Bowie State University will break ground in offering a new academic minor program in hip-hop studies and visual culture – the first such program in Maryland and possibly only the second in the nation. The new minor will be available in the fall 2016 semester. The oldest historically black university in Maryland, Bowie State joins […]
Internship is an ideal way to bridge the gap between going to the school and landing at a great job. It helps you to gain relevant experience and decide if a particular career is a right choice for you. If you are ready to get started and have a passion for journalism, this vibe magazine […]
On Sunday night, 60 tuxedoed young African-American men will briskly walk down the aisles, onto the stage of New York’s Lincoln Center and launch into a Norwegian folk song. It’s the Morehouse College Glee Club, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary Sunday. From their arresting entrance, the club’s concerts are marked by energy and dynamic […]
Entry #47, January 19, 2011 Article from: Florida A&M University Facebook page: Florida A&M University (FAMU) Professor Kawachi Clemons, Ph.D. is bringing icons of the hip-hop movement to class so students can learn first hand from industry professionals. Hip-hop icon Christopher “Play” Martin, of Kid ‘n Play fame, currently serves as a professional-in-residence with the […]