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Voorhees prepares for its 2017 commencement ceremony Denmark, S.C. – Voorhees College will hold its 120th Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 6 at 11 a.m. in the Leonard E. Dawson Center. The keynote speaker will be actress, dancer, and director Jasmine Guy. A frequent motivational public speaker, she shares her story openly withRead More
As Spelman College celebrates its 136th anniversary today, its legacy reminds us of the role historically Black colleges and universities play in the advancement of African-Americans and why we must preserve their significance in our communities. Ranked No. 1 among HBCUs by U.S. News & World Report, notable Spelman alumnae include Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Alice Walker,Read More
More than 2,000 students, faculty, staff, alumni and supporters set a new single-day philanthropic record for Hampton University last week, raising nearly $1.3 million dollars as a part of its fourth annual ‘Day of Giving.’ The campaign, driven by extensive social media outreach, on-site solicitation, and digital and traditional mail contributions raised an average ofRead More
Overcome with excitement, Oakwood University learns it has won the Honda Campus All-Star Challenge. (Photo: Honda) Oakwood University is the big winner — of bragging rights and a lot of money. That’s because they just won the 2017 Honda Campus All-Star Challenge on April 10. They had to beat out teams from over 80 Historically BlackRead More
The National Security Agency (NSA) and the Department of Homeland Security have designated Florida A&M University (FAMU) as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education through 2022. The designation was awarded in March after the University met rigorous requirements and successfully demonstrated its ability to serve the country’s need to defend cyberspaceRead More
Black graduates have consistently lost wealth over the past 25 years compared to white graduates. (Photo by Sam Edwards/OJO Images/Getty Images) For many, getting a college education is the first step toward living the American Dream. You find a good-paying job, save up for a new home, maybe marriage and eventually retire when the time isRead More