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Members of the HBCU communities throughout the nation will assemble on the campus of Hampton University starting July 9-11 for HBCU Media Week 2015, featuring the yearly media summit and awards ceremony. Hampton University is also the recipient of the 2014 HBCU of the Year Award. Designed to engage the National HBCU community in media […]

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Bethune-Cookman Among Top Online Master’s In Criminal Justice Programs

Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU) is one of the best places to matriculate for criminal justice majors. The online program is ranked amongst the top picks from The B-CU online program, which is fairly new, is growing at a steady pace. The administration is extremely excited about the program’s progress thus far. “We are very proud […]

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Alcorn State Alumna Brittany Noble-Jones Named Emerging Journalist of the Year

Television reporter Brittany Noble-Jones was named the 2015 Emerging Journalist of the Year by the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) on May 14, 2015. The award recognizes an early career journalist who, through their body of work, displays a commitment to NABJ’s goal of outstanding achievement by black journalists and a commitment to providing […]

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FAMU SGA President Makes History, Elected Chair of the Florida Student Association

Florida A&M University Student Body President Tonnette Graham has been selected as the first African-American chairwoman of the Florida Students Association (FSA). Tonnette, a graduate student, will also become the member of the Florida Board of Governors in her new position. Saturday morning, the FSA convened at the University of South Florida in Tampa to […]

Willie Larkin named Grambling State University President

Grambling State University Names Willie Larkin as President

The University of Louisiana System Board has unanimously named Willie “Dynamite” Larkin, chief of staff in the Office of the President at Morgan State University, as Grambling’s next president. “I’ve got a big job ahead of me, and I really owe it to a lot of people who have paved the way,” Larkin said. “I […]