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I Saw the Movie Girls Trip and Loved Everything About It

I saw ‘Girls Trip’ last week and I thoroughly enjoyed it! But, I can’t lie- as funny as the movie was, it definitely put me in my feelings. 1,347 more words

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History of Early HBCU Southland College Preserved in New Digital Archive at University of Arkansas

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The University of Arkansas has debuted a new online archive of materials relating to Southland College in Phillips County, Arkansas. The school, established in 1864, was the first institution of higher learning for African Americans in the United States founded west of the Mississippi River. 150 more words

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Can YOU Run This Institution: Prairie View A&M Looks To Train Next Generation of HBCU Administrators

President George C. Wright has been an integral force in bringing Prairie View A&M University a new stadium, but his legacy may be in a new… 519 more words

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Morehouse College Names New Interim President

Morehouse College on Monday named an alumnus and recent member of the board of directors as its new interim president, reports the Atlanta-Journal Constitution. 259 more words

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News From Academic Affairs

The Division of Academic Affairs welcomes: Glenn R. Carrington as the dean of the School of Business. Carrington comes to NSU with over 36 years of private practice and federal government experience. 479 more words

Digital NC: Student newspaper from Johnson C Smith University is now online

Digital NC: Student newspaper from Johnson C Smith University is now online. “The University Student, Johnson C. Smith University’s student newspaper, is now available on DigitalNC with issues from 1926-1930. 19 more words

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Trump Vowed to "Absolutely Prioritize" Black Colleges. Then Came His Budget. - BRANDON E. PATTERSON JUN. 1, 2017 6:00 AM

Is the White House betraying a promise to HBCUs?

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On the morning of February 27, more than 70 presidents of historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) stood in a West Wing corridor, waiting to enter the Oval Office. 1,048 more words

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