The school that receives the highest engagement on their Battle of the Bands video will receive a $25,000 donation to the winning school’s music department/Band Program from Young Thug’s record label Young Stoner Life Records and Kevin Liles and 300 Entertainment.


For many years some of our great HBCUs have struggled financially, unfortunately even to the point of shutting down or losing their accreditation. Bennett College, an all girl HBCU in Greensboro North Carolina, was almost on that list. Thankfully our community came together and was able to raise enough money to keep Bennett an accredited […]


Six HBCU students have received Discover the Unexpected Journalism Fellowships.

DC-based Lil Dream just dropped off his new 5-track EP, “Swipe Rixh.” With only two features, Dream takes care of a majority of the production on this one. Each track contains a certain vibe showcasing a sense of versatility and consistency as you make your way down the jam packed EP. In the time of […]


While volunteering with the American Red Cross a few years ago, Maha Alzubaidi witnessed doctors performing surgery on a woman who suffered from diabetes – without the use of anesthesia. She was later falsely diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. This prompted Maha to read about autoimmune diseases, where the body attacks and damages its own tissues, […]


President Wayne A.I. Frederick talks candidly about recent controversies.


Guy Anthony and George Johnson founded the nonprofit, Black, Gifted, and Whole, to help empower young, queer Black men through mentoring and scholarship at HBCUs.


Morehouse College has appointed William Taggart as its interim president and Willie Woods as its new board chairman.

After being told their colleges and universities would be a priority, the White House's 2018 proposed budget tells a different story.

John Wilson Jr. issued a statement on Thursday expressing his disappointment with the meeting and his disdain for Education Secretary Betsy DeVos' recent comments about HBCUs.


John Wilson, President, Morehouse College, says he doesn’t know if Trump’s HBCU executive order will make an impact.