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All Alone in A Crowded Dorm: The Lamenting of a Non-Traditional Mid-20s Undergrad Student Living on Campus

It’s 12:29 am, inside of my dormitory on the campus of Winston-Salem State University where I attend school as well occupy the position of a Resident Adviser. 809 more words


Former South Carolina State President, Dr. George Cooper Dies

Dr. George Cooper died over the weekend.

WISTV reports:

Cooper was the 10th president of the historically black university in Orangeburg from 2008-2012.

According to The White House, Cooper served as Executive Director of the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

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Meet Our Newest Staff Member: Nicholle Young in Archives + Special Collections! (6.24.2015)

Nicholle Young joins the Chesnutt Library family as the University Library Technician for Archives and Special Collections. Earlier this year Nicholle was an intern for the… 44 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: Tennessee State University


Tennessee State University is celebrating its 103rd year in existence this month, and is recognized as one of the top HBCUs in the South. TSU is the only state-funded HBCU in Tennessee and some of it’s alumni have achieved fame across a variety of fields. 295 more words


UNCF Announces New Michael Jackson and Ray Charles Scholarships

The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) is putting the icon status of Michael Jackson and Ray Charles towards a great cause with the establishment of two new scholarship programs. 202 more words


As Morehouse and Spelman graduate, consider fate and funding of HBCUs

Carolyn Ash, Ed.D. is Managing Director of Ash Consulting Group, which helps guide the efforts of schools and other organizations committed to diversity, equity and inclusion. 741 more words