HBCU’s

Beyonce isn’t the only one giving making headlines, her husband JAY-Z, is using his Shawn Carter Foundation to help kids visit eleven HBCUs. JAY-Z teamed up with Toyota to bring high school students from over 125 New York and New Jersey schools on a week-long trip to HBCUs from Washington D.C. down to Georgia. The […]

The photo of Kellyanne Conway sitting with her feet on the oval office couch dominated the conversation on social media.

The National Trust for Historic Preservation is ensuring that historic places on HBCU campuses are preserved. After announcing that Howard University’s Founders Library will be named a national treasure in February, it was recently revealed that Morgan State University will receive the same honor. The institution and the National Trust will team up to create […]

NewsOne Now is devoting its entire Monday, Nov. 9 (7-8 a.m. ET) broadcast to covering Presidential Democratic Candidate Hillary Clinton’s Nov. 7 Orangeburg, South Carolina Town Hall Meeting.

Thirty high-ranking undergraduate students will be given award packages, year-long mentorships with Apple employees and a paid summer internship at the Apple headquarters in Cupertino, CA.

Remember those Spelman girls? Specifically, twins Kristie and Kirstie Bronner (yep, of the Bronner Bros. hair extravaganzas and company), who were the historic HBCU Spelman…

From the stage of the Ray Charles Performing Arts Center at the second-annual Platform Summit, held October 24-26, 2014 on the campus of Morehouse College,…

Historically black colleges and universities are a cornerstone of the black community and the American education system. There are still 105 HBCUs operating today. Their value…

Despite attempts by filmakers like Spike Lee (School Daze) and Sylvain White (Stomp The Yard) it has been almost impossible to capture the true spirit of Fraternity and Sorority life on film–until now. On April 10th photographer John Ledbetter, a member of the Beta Gamma Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc at Virginia State […]

Over at TheFreshexpress columnist TheUppityNegro takes on the fun challenge of ranking the four most popular fictional HBCUS from film and TV: Hillman College, Mission College, Atlanta A&T University and Truth University.

On Friday February 26th, President Obama renewed the executive order that assists historically black colleges. See what he had to say here.