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Benedict College Cancels In-Person Homecoming Events

by | July 9, 2020 Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Benedict College, an Historically Black institution, has cancelle Read more

Atlantic Coast Conference Postpones Fall Sports

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The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) will postpone fall sports to at least Sept. 1 because of th [...] Read more

Amid COVID-19, MEAC Plans to Venture Into Esports

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As collegiate leagues wrestle with how to continue fall sports amid the coronavirus, one is emb [...] Read more

Ivy League Becomes First D-I Conference to Suspend All Sports Until 2021

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The Ivy League on Wednesday suspended all sports until 2021, including fall football, in respon [...] Read more

Delaware State to Acquire Wesley College

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Delaware State University (DSU) in Dover will acquire its close neighbor Wesley College, which [...] Read more

South Carolina Governor Allocates $2.4 Million to State’s HBCUs

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South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster will allocate $2.4 million from the Governor’s Emergen [...] Read more

All Purdue U Students Have to Show a Negative COVID-19 Test Before Returning to Campus

| July 8, 2020
Purdue University, one of the first to say it will reopen its campus for fall, said on Wednesda [...] Read more

Minnesota College Athletic Conference Cancels All Fall Junior College Contact Sports

The Minnesota College Athletic Conference, which consists of 24 two-year colleges located in Mi [...] Read more

University of Chicago Removes Campus Tributes to Stephen Douglas

The University of Chicago has removed two campus tributes to Stephen Douglas, a former U.S. sen [...] Read more

Elon U Removes Name of a Former Leader Associated With a Lynching

Elon University has removed the name of a former university president associated with a lynchin [...] Read more

U of Redlands Reinstates Coach Who Made ‘Distressing’ Comment on George Floyd Protests

The University of Redlands has reinstated a football coach who was put on leave last month afte [...] Read more

After Name Change, Princeton’s Public Affairs School Adds Diversity Course Requirement

A little over a week after Princeton removed Woodrow Wilson’s name from its public affairs sc [...] Read more

Black Footballer Who Left ‘Racially Insensitive’ Liberty U Joins HBCU

| July 7, 2020
Tayvion Land, a Black footballer who decided to transfer out of Liberty University saying its l [...] Read more

Incoming Black Footballer Decommits From U of Cincinnati to Join an HBCU

Daniel Ingram, a Black footballer who was set to join the University of Cincinnati, has decided [...] Read more

Marshall University to Remove Name of Confederate General From Building

Marshall University’s board on Tuesday unanimously voted to remove the name of a Confederate [...] Read more
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