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Hawkins, TX – Jarvis Christian College is pleased to announce that George E. Curry, editor-in-chief and publisher of EmergeNewsOnline.com will serve as keynote speaker on Saturday, May 7, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. for 2016 Commence Ceremony in E. W. Rand Health, Physical Education and Recreation Center, on the campus of Jarvis Christian College. The eventRead More
Title III Part B, HBCU’s Program FY 2015 Noncompeting Continuation Awards Title III Part F SAFRA Program FY 2015 New Awards FY2014HBCUMandatoryAwardsPDF FY2014HBCURegularAwards PDF Strengthening HBCU Awards Part B/FRead More
FRANKFORT, Ky. – Raymond M. Burse resigned Monday as president of Kentucky State University. Burse submitted his resignation at a meeting of the KSU Board of Regents, and the board accepted, said William Johnson, the attorney for the board. “When I answered the call to serve as interim president two years ago, I did so withRead More
Financial aid “arms war” continues to drain cash from colleges – The Hechinger Report he nation’s private colleges are distributing more dollars to attract students at a speed that threatens to unravel their fiscal health, new figures suggest. The Topic: Colleges offering more tuition discounts Why It Matters: Declining revenue may harm the quality ofRead More
Tom Apodaca, a North Carolina senator from Hendersonville, has introduced Senate bill 873, that’s touted as the “Access to Affordable College Education Act”. It would lower tuition at some of the state’s historically black universities and guarantee that if students graduate, their tuition wouldn’t increase. If you read the fine print, however, it effectively guts theRead More
In a recent interview, Tyler called on black students to be brave and enroll in schools where there have been incidents of racism. Why? Well, to help white students evolve from their racial prejudices. In the words of King Beyoncé, “N–ga, nah.” BY: MICHAEL ARCENEAUX Posted: May 4 2016 2:11 PM Generic image GETTY IMAGES ThereRead More
By ANEMONA HARTOCOLLIS APRIL 29, 2016 RINDGE, N.H. — Amber Jackson remembers the moment she learned that both her majors — dance and math — had been cut from the program at Franklin Pierce University. She immediately called her mother, whose reaction was: “They can do that?” They could. After years of financial crisis, Franklin Pierce, likeRead More
On Tuesday, Rep. Donna Edwards (D-Md.) lost her historic bid to become only the second black woman ever elected to the U.S. Senate. While there will be many takes on the implications of the election, as important as any is the inadvertent impact the campaign had in uncovering the unfortunate influence of corporate power over the blackRead More