On Monday August 21st, HBCUs across the country will hold watch parties to celebrate the total eclipse.
Many HBCUs are implementing new and innovative programs to combat the issues that shape the communities from which a majority of their students come.
The Point & Drive documentary directed by Brandi Mitchell depicts the positive impact of HBCU band culture and provides scholarships for summer band camp.
Brian “B-Phraze” Frazier, a Tennessee State graduate followed his dreams and became one of the top songwriters in the 2015 John Lennon Songwriting Contest.
The Nashville Emerging Leader Awards recognizes professionals younger than 40 who have made significant accomplishments in their chosen field and community.
Grounded in the proud past, HBCU history is great. During the black history month, we bring to you a list of 10 black college legends that you should know.
HBCU Lifestyle has become strong and resource for life at HBCUs so we turned to our fearless leader Garrick Gibson for this podcast. Also, we find out about board games with an urban twist. Finally, the Kresge Foundation pays the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast a visit to talk about their groundbreaking HBCU Initiative. HBCU LIFESTYLE’S GARRICK […]
A near capacity crowd rocked the Georgia Dome at the 2016 Honda Battle of the Bands (HBOB) Invitational Showcase. The annual marching band event for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) provided eight top marching bands with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to deliver a dynamic performance on a national stage, while earning grants and positive attention […]