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HBCU Students Are Suing The State Of Alabama For Voter Suppression

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Alexa Lisitza
 • 6 months ago

When Recruiting Students, Here’s Why HBCUs Should Rely On The Power Of Their Legacy, And Not Negligible Gimmicks

Don't underestimate the power of the unique HBCU experience in recruiting.
Patrick W. Sanders
 • 7 months ago

Our Remix Of ‘This Is America’ Aims To Tell The Truth About The Country’s Student Debt Crisis

"The creation of PeduL began when we saw first hand there was a major problem with students having the resources to attend and stay in college."
Chisa Egbelu
 • 7 months ago

Why I Will Always Anticipate HBCU Homecoming Season

"Not only are we excited to get together and party, but we’re also taking time to reflect on life, history and culture."
 • 7 months ago

Howard University Jumps 21 Spots In U.S. News & World Report’s 2018 Ranking Of Top Universities

Howard University climbs into the top 100 university ranking.
Alexa Lisitza
 • 8 months ago

3 College Options For Black Students Looking For A Unique Educational Experience

Picking the right college becomes a challenge of finding a place that provides the necessary educational support, financial support and community support to allow them to successfully reach graduation.
 • a year ago

How I Went From Dreaming About ‘Making It To 18’ To Becoming A Harvard Grad

"With no frame of reference, no examples and no pathway, Harvard was never a physical place I, or many kids from the South Bronx, could logically conceptualize."
Robert Rush
 • a year ago

A Philadelphia Teen, Who Was Once Homeless, Will Be Attending Harvard University On A Full Scholarship

Homeless to Harvard
Alexa Lisitza
 • a year ago

Clark Atlanta Throws Best HBCU Shade At University Who Pulled Celebratory Black Students Off Stage During Graduation

Shade – An HBCU Pastime
Alexa Lisitza
 • a year ago

Students At The New School Are Occupying The School Cafeteria To Demand The College Rehire Its Food Service Workers

The majority of cafeteria workers at the new school are hispanic and black.
Alexa Lisitza
 • a year ago

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