Education

The HBCU community was on high alert after several historically Black colleges and universities received bomb threats on Tuesday.

The Omicron variant of the coronavirus has hit society like a ton of bricks this winter and HBCUs are no exception. Here's how historically Black colleges and universities are responding.

From Prairie View A&M in Texas, Howard University in D.C., Norfolk State University in southern Virginia, to Xavier University in New Orleans, 7 HBCUs were targeted throughout the nation with bomb threats...

Covid spun the block with the Omicron variant, creating a new surge that threatens to make 2022 look a lot like the hot mess that was the past 24 months.

Before the new rule can go into effect, it must be approved by the General Assembly’s Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive & Legislative Review.

Frank Tramble, Vice President & Chief Communications at Howard University, told 7News in a statement that the university had reached an agreement with the students but the story is still developing.

Lecrae has teamed up with Experian for the creation of a new digital series centered on money management.

James Whitfield, a black principal in Texas was forced to resign this week after months of controversy surrounding accusations that he forced critical race theory onto students

Michael R. La’Fitte II formed the Dads on Duty coalition to keep the halls of Southwood High safe

After a series of violent incidents at Southwood High School,  the dads put everything on the line and it appears that their presence alone has touched the hearts of not only the students but onlookers across the nation as well.

Serena Williams and Michael B. Jordan are teaming up with a VC firm to support HBCU entrepreneurs.

Students at Howard University have been protesting horrible living conditions inside of some dorms on campus. Using the Twitter hashtag #BlackburnTakeover, organizers encouraged a sit-in at the Blackburn Center to bring attention to this housing crisis and demand change within the dorms.