HBCU News & Commentary

Martin Luther King Jr. Weekend in Atlanta will be full of HBCU flavor. The post MLK Weekend Battle of Bands Will Showcase Great HBCU Talent appeared first on NewsOne.

Philanthropist and businessman Robert F. Smith is furthering his efforts to empower HBCU scholars through a new financial wellness initiative. The post Robert F. Smith Advances Efforts To Empower HBCU Scholars Through Student Investment Program appeared first on NewsOne.

Jacksonville, Florida has opened a brand new elementary school modeled after historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs). 

Former Mayor of Atlanta Andrew Young has launched a scholarship fund for HBCU students. The post Andrew Young Launches Scholarship Fund For Students Attending Historically Black Colleges And Universities appeared first on NewsOne.

Actor Joseph C. Phillips has joined the faculty at Clark Atlanta University. The post Actor Joseph C. Phillips To Teach At Clark Atlanta University appeared first on NewsOne.

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have had a significant impact on Black culture, and their influence on Black TV and Film cannot be understated.

Attending an HBCU provides the ultimate sense of community.

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have been the epicenters of Black excellence and Black talent for decades.  However, these institutions and their students have been deprived of key opportunities for advancement over the years due to the underlying racial climate in America and a lack of exposure. Yet, corporations like PUMA are looking to […]

HBCU homecoming season is in full swing and while the celebrations of these historic institutions take center stage, instances of violence can easily derail the fun and shift the narrative away from what these homecomings truly represent. The post HBCU Homecoming Violence Highlights Complex Issue Of Safety At Black Colleges appeared first on NewsOne.

North Carolina A&T University students and alumni told NewsOne they're outraged. The post UNC Homecoming Shirts Accused Of Culturally Appropriating HBCU Culture appeared first on NewsOne.

Black USC student created the first majorette team at a PWI. Check out a trending video from their first performance inside.

The course will be open to all students and could have a significant impact in opening up the minds of young and talented Black individuals and help shape future leaders. The post Nikole Hannah-Jones Is Teaching ‘1619’ Seminar At Howard University This Fall appeared first on NewsOne.