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Black Culture Centers Embracing Multiculturalism and Intellectual Conversation

From a proposal in 1987 to create a national network of Black culture centers, the ABCC grown into an international and multicultural organization.

A new study challenges the notion that Black and Latino students are less likely to earn a college degree if they attend minority-serving institutions, such as a historically Black college.

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MVSU has won a wrongful termination case filed by a former tenured faculty member who was dismissed in 2012.

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Xavier has used its summer campus programs to create a direct pipeline for middle and high school students, exposing them to the campus and rigorous study.

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Most international flights in an out of the West African nation had been canceled because of the Ebola epidemic.

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From the moment he took over as president of his alma mater, Dr. John Silvanus Wilson Jr., has made it known that his goal is to steer the college “Toward Capital and Character Preeminence.”

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These days many HBCUs lag behind predominantly White institutions in international engagement.

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Twenty HBCUs came together for a digital scholarship institute.

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A culturally sensitive lens is needed when discussing housing and education.

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In the last academic year, the HBCU faced a $3 million drop in net tuition revenue, the firing of its previous president and a federal investigation of allegations that the university provided false information on a federal grant proposal.

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