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Angie Ange goes to her alma mater Howard University to speak to some of the members of the #HUResist Protest. RELATED: Angie Ange Hot Topic: WJLA’s Anna-Lysa Gayle Calls Angie From Howard University With Update On The A-Building Takeover RELATED: Howard University Students Occupy Campus Building In Financial Aid Protests
As Tyrone breaks his silence regarding accusations that he embezzled $400k from Howard University while working in the financial aid department, students remain on lockdown in the administration building on campus. Students are demanding the resignation of Howard President Frederick, a stop to tuition hikes, more safety, etc while the board of trustees stands behind […]
Howard University Bison was a 45-point underdog going up against the University of Nevada-Las Vegas Running Rebels on Saturday. In the last 3 years the Bison have one 3 games and many including Vegas believed this would be a easy one for UNLV. Well, the experts were wrong as the Bison pulled off what will […]
President Wayne A.I. Frederick talks candidly about recent controversies.
Concerned Howard University Administrators, Faculty and Staff join students of Howard University in calling for the removal of embattled President Dr. Wayne A.I. Frederick, who hosted Education Secretary Betsy DeVos in mid-February.
College juniors Alexis Hasty and Daisha Martin believe that the new POTUS, the same man who isn't sure who Frederick Douglass is, truly cares about us.
Two Howard students talk about why they identify with Republicans and the future of the party, as it pertains to young, Black Americans.
Attorney General of California Kamala Harris, who became the second Black woman to be elected to the U.S. Senate, and former Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown are among leaders scheduled to serve in Congress in 2017.