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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

New Resources

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?

Aude Guerrucci/ZUMA

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

Point Of Interest

Elitism or Pride?

“We take pride in what we do.” -Coolio

Anyone who knows me, knows I LOVE QUEEN Bey! She is the epitome of a game changer and she can do no wrong in my eyes. 564 more words

Travel

DeVos: HBCUs "pioneers of school choice"

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) were created in response to the Jim Crow laws in the South that mandated enforced segregation. These laws institutionalized educational disadvantages, resulting in shutting out black students from traditionally white schools. 618 more words

Education

These Black Graduates Swag Surfing are the Epitome of Black Joy

by Jenna Amatulli via huffpost.com

You may think your graduation was lit, but did you and every one you know swag surf? No?Well, sit down and read on. 98 more words

Community

NSU Names Honors College for Philanthropist

The Norfolk State University Board of Visitors recently voted to name the University’s Honors College for local philanthropist Robert C. Nusbaum. The announcement was made during NSU’s 100th Commencement exercises May 6. 270 more words