Find out which HBCU journalism schools offer accredited degree programs. This article provides information on schools, their address, and contact details.
The Point & Drive documentary directed by Brandi Mitchell depicts the positive impact of HBCU band culture and provides scholarships for summer band camp.
Southern University student and Political Science major Perry White is the co-director and co-producer of the popular YouTube film series ‘On The Yard.’ Read about his story.
Hill, the associate professor and chair of the Southern’s School of Nursing and Allied Health‘s Undergraduate Nursing Program, was inducted into the honored group in recent ceremonies at the 14th annual Louisiana Nurses Foundation Nightingale Awards and Gala. To be included in the hall fame, Hill said, “means that as a little girl I made […]
Nearly 60,000 fans packed the Georgia Dome to watch top marching bands from America’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) rock the house at the 2015 Honda Battle of the Bands Invitational Showcase on Jan. 24, 2015. Watch the 2015 Invitational Showcase sizzle reel here: http://youtu.be/GV9AeO1nbZs Highlights from this year’s 2015 Honda Battle of the […]
The 24th Annual Bank of America Atlanta Football Classic is set to continue the history of great football and a weekend of family fun in Atlanta. Here are five interesting facts you should know about the event. No. 5 The Bank of America Atlanta Football Classic is one of the nation’s largest Historically Black Colleges […]
ATLANTA, Aug. 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Doug E. Fresh – “The original human beatbox” – will headline and emcee the halftime show of the 24th annual Bank of America Atlanta Football Classic to be themed “One Love. One Music. One Culture.” – it was announced today by the 100 Black Men of Atlanta, a volunteer […]
Article courtesy of The Grio NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Eye-level watermarks, gutted buildings and rows of mobile classrooms linger as reminders of the flooding from Hurricane Katrina that nearly wiped out Southern University at New Orleans in 2005. Now the predominantly African-American university faces what students and administrators view as a new threat: Gov. Bobby […]