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Three HBCU Presidents Announce Retirements

St. Augustine’s University, Grambling State University and Winston-Salem State University have officially joined other HBCUs on the hunt for new presidents.

The White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities has launched the HBCU All-Stars program to recognize high-achieving students at historically Black schools.

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The university says the grant is the largest in-kind gift in its history.

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Walmart announced this week that it will give $1.75 million in grants to three organizations in an effort to help African-Americans pursue higher education, job training and placement.

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Leslie M. “Doc” Collins, who became a living legend at Fisk University during more than half a century teaching English and African-American literature at the historic institution, died Sunday at age 99.

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The immediate matter is settled but the controversy is far from over. The special session had been called after students, alumni and other supporters voiced disapproval of the board’s original decision not to give James Llorens a one-year extension.

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Plagued by turmoil of one kind or another for the last half decade, the university is asking the state for millions of dollars to help it avert a $13 million deficit this fiscal year ending June 30.

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These five Black academicians burst onto the national scene with their scholarship focused on the myriad of issues that impact education.

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John Lewis’ best-selling graphic novel depicting the civil rights movement is the first in a trilogy, designed to tell the civil right story in an easy-to-read medium.

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The Southern University System Board of Supervisors will convene in a special meeting to reconsider the fate of ousted chancellor of Southern University-Baton Rouge, James Llorens.

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