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.
The course will be open to all students and could have a significant impact in opening up the minds of young and talented Black individuals and help shape future leaders.
Like at other colleges, Howard University students returned from remote learning to in-person classes during a pandemic. However, unlike most other schools, part of that "new normal" included a major protest against "inhumane" living conditions.
Tensions ran high at Howard University Hospital as approximately 300 nurses and medical personnel went on strike in the latest protest demanding more from the prominent HBCU.
The Teaching Faculty Union at Howard University announced on Twitter that a tentative agreement between the union and the university has been reached on the day a labor strike was scheduled to begin.
The Los Angeles Board of Water and Power Commissioners has invested $5 million in HBCUs to increase representation in the engineering industry.
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