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.
To begin 2016, we brought back an HBCU Lifestyle contributor to talk about a very important issue. Dr. Larry Walker returns to the podcast for a three-part conversation about mental health among HBCU students particularly black males. Part 1 Dr. Walker begins the podcast by talking about the overall mental health landscape among college students across the […]
Balance is the key word to staying fit and healthy during college. However, many college students will tell you that finding time for exercise when assignments, projects, and exams are upon you, can be easier said than done. Students often use the excuse of not having enough time to exercise for the extra weight they […]
There has been much mention lately about the future of HBCUs, expanding on facts about what needs to happen in order to remain competitive in this global landscape. There is even some debate pertaining to whether Higher-Education is even necessary; considering the plethora of free college courses on the internet. A new era of the […]
At 29-years-old, Dwayne Hightower is not your traditional student. With the help of his sign language interpreter, Annie Masters, Hightower has also become a teacher. “I never imagined that people would come up to me. I figured one or two, I expected, but what feels like the whole campus coming up saying, ‘Hey I want […]
Stay Alert…Be Alive, Stay Alert…Be Safe
Hmm…sounds like a mantra that soldiers heading into combat might embrace.
Unfortunately, that mantra is increasingly being used by students heading off to college. Those sentiments are echoed by their by parents and other love ones.
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Entry #57, February 27, 2011 LEDGE is the nation’s first and only HIV/AIDS awareness, general health and lifestyle magazine written BY and FOR students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). The free publication’s mission to help destroy myths, empower young people with factual information, and create an additional avenue for much needed dialogue among […]