By: Hampton University Over 6,000 attendees cheered on the graduating class of 2022 inside the Hampton University Convocation Center on what is truly a historic day in the university’s 154 year history. A total of 884 graduates donned with caps and gowns, processed into the
Statement on the Death of George FloydByDr. William R. HarveyPresidentHampton University The current state of affairs in our nation today saddens and enrages me. Equal justice under the law is a cornerstone of liberty, but this was not the case with Mr. George Floyd. He
Hampton University alumna Raichele Privette (’18) is the recent recipient of the 2018 National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ)/ESPN Stuart Scott Internship. The NABJ is the largest organization of journalists, students, and media related professionals of color. They are committed to strengthening the ties among
HAMPTON, Va. — Thundering cheers poured from the 17,000 attendees in the stands of Armstrong Stadium on Sunday, to celebrate Hampton University’s 148th commencement ceremony. The 870 graduates in the class of 2018 marched across the field donning their caps and gowns and looking towards their bright futures.
Photo courtesy of Hampton University Dr. William R. Harvey (left) receives Key to the City from Tuskegee Mayor Lawrence F. Haygood (far right) and Tuskegee City Councilman Christopher Lee (center) TUSKEGEE, Ala. — Hampton University President Dr. William R. Harvey delivered the keynote speech during