Businessman and philanthropist Robert F. Smith donated $15 million to his alma mater Cornell University to create pathways in STEM for underserved and underrepresented students.
Businesswoman Mellody Hobson will have a residential college at Princeton University named after her.
For the first time in its 274-year history, Princeton University has a Black valedictorian.
A teen from Massachusetts was accepted into all 8 Ivy League schools.
Despite enduring homelessness, Atlanta native Chelesa Fearce graduated as the valedictorian of her high school class. Now, she’s pursuing her PhD at Yale University.
Maryland native Kahlil Greene has made history by becoming Yale University’s first Black student president.
The Harvard Crimson has appointed its first Black woman president.
For the first time in Harvard University’s history, four of the institution’s schools will be led by African-American women.
Oludamilola Oluwadara Adekeye, 17, got accepted into 19 of the top colleges in the world.
Now, In Color delves into the experiences of Black students who attend Yale University.
Harvard University’s Black Graduate Student Alliance held its first Black Commencement.
Ifeoma White-Thorpe has to make a tough decision among the elite schools vying for her enrollment.
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