It's the first HBCU to compete in an NCAA meet.
A growing number of HBCU athletic departments are making a play to move beyond so-called "traditionally Black” sports. Here's what that means moving forward.
As a pioneer in this space, Fisk has become an integral part of the HBCU sports world and its expansion.
Fisk University has received a multimillion-dollar donation, marking the largest gift in the institution’s 155-year history.
Saint Elmo Brady—the first Black person to earn a Ph.D. in chemistry—was honored by the American Chemical Society.
The 77-year-old talks to his 16-year-old self about the travails he will experience in his "mission to help redeem the soul of America."
School Name: Fisk University Location: Nashville, Tennessee Year Founded: 1866 Number of Students: 873 undergraduate/graduate students Specialty Programs: Nursing Greek Life: • Sororities: Alpha Kappa Alpha Inc., Delta Sigma Theta Inc., Zeta Phi Beta Inc., Sigma Gamma Rho Inc. • Fraternities: Alpha Phi Alpha Inc., Kappa Alpha Psi Inc., Omega Psi Phi Inc., Phi Beta […]
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