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Monthly Archives: June 2019


Chevrolet is back for the fourth annual HBCU Journalism Fellowship. The organization has once again partnered with the National Newspaper Publishers Association to select six students from historically black colleges and Universities, (HBCUs). The results are in and the 2019 Discover the Unexpected Journalism Fellows are Tedarius

Kwe Parker, Tyler Maye to join N.C. A&T basketball program

Coach Jay Joyner and the N.C. A&T basketball program are attracting major talent — high-major talent, in fact. Kwe Parker, a former Wesleyan Christian Academy star who played his freshman season at Tennessee, announced late Wednesday night that he’ll be joining the Aggies to resume

Morehouse College Nominated For Best HBCU of the Year

Morehouse College has been nominated as a finalist for the 2019 HBCU Awards in three categories, including “Best Historically Black College of the Year.” The HBCU Awards recognizes the outstanding academic programs, exemplary leadership, and championship athletic teams that make historically black colleges and universities

369th Experience Band Ties HBCU Musicians to WWI Black History

NNPA NEWSWIRE — Thanks to the United States World War I Centennial Commission, Coca Cola and the network of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), a band of 42 accomplished musicians from HBCUs are traveling around the country playing the sounds of the 369th Infantry