Rapstress Megan Thee Stallion and Fashion Nova Cares donated $25,000 to advance Bennett College’s entrepreneurship program.
Prairie View A&M University launched a writing program inspired by literary giant Toni Morrison’s legacy.
Spelman College recently hit a major milestone with the highest application pool in the all-women HBCU’s 140-year history.
For the first time in West Virginia University’s 154-year history, a Black woman has been elected as student body president.
Highlighting three Black women, Maia Chaka, Felecia M. Nave and Mia Schultz, who are breaking barriers and choosing to challenge…
Howard University has received a $4.9 million endowment for the creation of a music business center.
NBA star Russell Westbrook is opening a middle school and high school in Los Angeles.
24-year-old entrepreneur Bryce Thompson launched a $100,000 scholarship fund for HBCU students.
North Charleston High School Principal Henry Darby works night shifts at Walmart to support students at his school who are…
As state-level hate crimes ticked upwards during Trump's presidency, a new study reveals Black students enrolled at historically Black colleges…
NBA legend Vince Carter has launched a scholarship program for youth.
Moving beyond rhetoric and aspirations, a report by the Center for the Study of HBCUs provides the Biden-Harris administration with…
Pharrell Williams has launched a tech entrepreneurship initiative for youth.
NBA star Kyrie Irving covered tuition costs for students at Lincoln University.
Businessman Robert F. Smith is opening a STEAM education school in Denver.
Stephen and Ayesha Curry donated thousands of books to students in Oakland.
Rapper Meek Mill donated $30,000 to provide gifts for students and their families during the holiday season.
Tiffany Haddish has teamed up with the nonprofit Ready to Succeed to launch an internship program for foster youth.
Universal Music Group has joined forces with the Thurgood Marshall College Fund for the creation of an internship program designed…
#BlackGirlMagic: Emory Pruitt—a 16-year-old from Tennessee—made history by becoming the youngest student to attend Clark Atlanta University.
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