It looks like the next big superstar in the studio might be coming from one of the many historically Black colleges and universities if the Warner Music Group (WMG) HBCU Immersion Program has its way in cultivating the rock stars of the future.
The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) launched their month-long initiative titled “HBCU Bound,” in celebration of high school graduates heading to HBCUs in conjunction with former First Lady Michelle Obama’s ongoing “College Signing Day” campaign. Read more details about the celebrities supporting this cause inside.
Like at other colleges, Howard University students returned from remote learning to in-person classes during a pandemic. However, unlike most other schools, part of that "new normal" included a major protest against "inhumane" living conditions.
After being 30 years in the making, Black-ish actor Anthony Anderson celebrates graduating from Howard University.
Vice President Kamala Harris spoke at her first HBCU commencement since becoming VP of the United States.
Mother-daughter duo Suzzon Jiles and Trinity Humphrey will graduate from Grambling State University together.
Fayetteville State University was awarded a $2.3 million grant to advance its STEM education initiatives.
Dr. Valerie Sheares Ashby will become the first woman to serve as president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
101-year-old Merrill Pittman Cooper recently received an honorary diploma.
In a letter dated March 31, Democrats asked President Biden to extend the pause through the end of the year and take steps toward canceling the federal student loans.
The good people over at Hampton University are showing love to students currently suffering in Ukraine by offering a full ride to come study at the HBCU's campus in Virginia this summer.
Morehouse College, Clark Atlanta University and the nonprofit New Leaders launched a program to hire more Black principals.