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New Fisk President Brings Optimism Aboard

New Fisk President Brings Optimism Aboard

by Gia Savage | August 17, 2017 Fisk University is one of many historically Black schools that have felt the pain of financial Read more
Finances a Troublesome Subject at Many HBCUs

Finances a Troublesome Subject at Many HBCUs

by Reginald Stuart | August 14, 2017
When college leaders across the nation begin rolling out their welcome mats for the coming scho [...] Read more
National HBCU Pre-Law Summit Aimed At Producing More Black Law School Applicants

National HBCU Pre-Law Summit Aimed At Producing More Black Law School Applicants

by Gia Savage | August 8, 2017
Hundreds of students are expected to assemble in Greensboro, North Carolina, next month for the [...] Read more
Spelman Scholar Extending Trailblazing Author Butler’s Reach

Spelman Scholar Extending Trailblazing Author Butler’s Reach

by Gia Savage | August 2, 2017
Spelman College offers a course within the English major, which is taught by Dr. Tarshia Stanle [...] Read more
Morris Brown Appoints 4 New Board Members

Morris Brown Appoints 4 New Board Members

by Gia Savage |
Morris Brown College, a historically Black college in Atlanta, has appointed four new members t [...] Read more
Report: Justice Department Plans to Investigate Colleges’ Affirmative Action Admission Policies

Report: Justice Department Plans to Investigate Colleges’ Affirmative Action Admission Policies

by Diverse Staff | August 1, 2017
The Trump administration plans to have the U.S. Department of Justice’s civil rights division [...] Read more
Trinity College Loses Donors, Students After Professor’s Posts

Trinity College Loses Donors, Students After Professor’s Posts

by Associated Press |
HARTFORD, Conn. — The president of a private Connecticut college says several incoming studen [...] Read more
FAMU Basks in ‘Girls Trip’ Screen Time

FAMU Basks in ‘Girls Trip’ Screen Time

by Gia Savage | July 30, 2017
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) has joined the list of historically Black [...] Read more
Music Therapy Proving to be Sound Choice for Howard Student

Music Therapy Proving to be Sound Choice for Howard Student

by Tiffany Pennamon and Ya-Marie Sesay | July 27, 2017
Maya Rogers, a graduate student focusing on music therapy at Howard University, has been named [...] Read more
Southern University Fires Vice Chancellor Dumas

Southern University Fires Vice Chancellor Dumas

by Diverse Staff | July 20, 2017
Southern University has fired Dr. Brandon K. Dumas, the school’s vice chancellor for student [...] Read more
HBCU Leaders Aim to Make Campuses More LGBTQ Inclusive

HBCU Leaders Aim to Make Campuses More LGBTQ Inclusive

by Gia Savage | July 19, 2017
HBCU presidents and executives convened a summit to develop more strategic ways to turn their c [...] Read more
Higgins’ Ouster at Claremont Colleges Reignites Faculty Speech Controversy

Higgins’ Ouster at Claremont Colleges Reignites Faculty Speech Controversy

by Gia Savage | July 18, 2017
Dr. Jonathan Higgins, an educator and advocate for social justice issues that affect the Black [...] Read more
Black Former Professor Files Pay Bias Complaint Against Campbell University

Black Former Professor Files Pay Bias Complaint Against Campbell University

by Walter Hudson | July 17, 2017
A Black former law professor whose discrimination battle against Campbell University boiled ove [...] Read more
Shaw University Names Dillard Interim President

Shaw University Names Dillard Interim President

by Diverse Staff |
Shaw University vice-president for academic affairs, Dr. Paulette Dillard, was announced Monday [...] Read more
Bethune-Cookman Appoints Interim President Grimes

Bethune-Cookman Appoints Interim President Grimes

by Gia Savage | July 13, 2017
Bethune-Cookman University has appointed its general counsel, retired judge Hubert Grimes, to t [...] Read more
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