Education

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) play a vital role in shaping American culture. They provide opportunities and education to many highly successful young Black students and have propelled many students to accomplish great feats.

Congrats to the Class of 2022! Several famed graduates celebrate accomplishments this year. Check out a gallery of famous grads inside.

Pharrell surprised five NAACP youth leaders by paying off their student debt at his ‘Something In The Water’ festival over the weekend. 

The HBCU STEM scholarship initiative FOSSI has raised $17 million to provide grants for scholars in need.

As we kick off Black Music Month, join us for some figurative fun with a list of 10 Black music icons that would make great HBCU professors.

Well, if Kim Kardashian can go out and become a lawyer then we guess Waka Flocka Flame can go out and become a Professor, right? TMZ is reporting that the “Hard In The Paint” rapper accomplished quite the impressive feat when he graduated from the Bible Institute of America with an honorary professor degree in […]

Congratulations to Yara Shahidi who recently graduated from Harvard University donning custom Dior.

U.S. President Joe Biden may have come up with a plan to alleviate the financial burden of student debt for many Americans by $10,000.

GRAMMY-winning lyricist Lupe Fiasco is giving some of the rap game back in the form of a hip-hop course as a professor at MIT.

NBA star Stephen Curry has completed his studies at Davidson College, 13 years after being drafted into the NBA.

Brooklyn-bred mogul Jay-Z has invested in a Black-led finance app.

In addition to Lupe, Moriba K. Jah, the Associate Professor of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Texas, and documentary filmmaker Louis Massiah will also teach the program.