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Williams, her sister, Venus, and several touring professional tennis players of color are standing on the shoulders of giants. Many of those giants call HBCUs and MSIs their home. Here's a list of some of those that have and continue to impact the world of tennis.
Legislators in North Carolina, Tennessee and Florida have made headlines over the last two weeks for introducing or signing into law bills designed to help families more easily afford college.
In recent years, I have seen quite a few public HBCUs increase their fundraising potential -- from North Carolina A&T University
Successful HBCU governance is built on the careful composition of what boards want, and what campuses need. Anything outside of that is a presidential firing, or chairman ouster waiting to happen.
Is Rufus Montgomery someone that Famuans want representing their highest levels of leadership and governance?
It's that time of year again - time to look back at the accomplishments of HBCUs. We present those that we think will have the most lasting impact on Black colleges, the students that they serve, as well as the surrounding communities.
He collapsed after being punched and kicked by band members in a darkened bus at a hotel parking lot in Orlando. The band
About 60 of the band members who made the trip to Orlando -- at taxpayer expense -- were not eligible to perform, according
The hazing scandal led prosecutors in Orange County to charge 15 band members in Champion's death and forced university officials
Prosecutors today added manslaughter and felony hazing to their case against former FAMU drum major Jarrod Deas, who was
Kickbacks, refunds and Hall of Fame nods are the highlights of HBCU culture in the early stages of 2013. Check out which
Apgar was quick to point out that hazing does not occur at all fraternities. News reports routinely feature those where it
Staffers at The Famuan, the student newspaper at Florida A&M University, will not publish their first issue of spring semester early next week as planned. Instead, on administrative orders, editorial operations at the paper have been delayed until the end of the month.
Until a majority of HBCU executives learn to balance the promotion of marching band culture within the larger context of athletic success, Saturday's sweet music will soon evolve into a brass band funeral dirge for many of our proud sports programs.