Keshia Knight Pulliam and Terrence Jenkins have teamed up with Now and Later for the creation of an initiative designed…
Clark Atlanta University and Spelman College are the latest institutions in a wave of HBCUs that have launched efforts to…
Spelman College has joined an initiative designed to empower the next generation of leaders through entrepreneurship.
Spelman College is naming its performing arts center after actress and director LaTanya Richardson Jackson and her husband actor Samuel…
Spelman College recently hit a major milestone with the highest application pool in the all-women HBCU’s 140-year history.
The National Trust donated $650,000 to HBCUs to preserve historic buildings on their campuses.
Spelman College has unveiled a new initiative designed to increase the representation of Black women in biotech.
The debate over white students attending HBCU's took center stage over the weekend after a white woman expressed excitement over…
Clark Atlanta University, Morehuse College and Spelman College plans to maintain the health and safety of students, faculty and staff…
Virginia State University President Dr. Makola Abdullah, Spelman College Student Government Association President Fana Haileselassie and the United Negro College…
Spelman College launched a scholarship fund to honor the legacy of the late John Lewis.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and his wife Patty Quillin are donating $120 million to HBCUs.
Entrepreneur Frank Baker and his wife launched a $1 million scholarship fund for Spelman College graduates.
Actress Tracee Ellis Ross surprised over 100 Spelman students during one of their Zoom meetings.
The National Alumnae Association of Spelman College’s Los Angeles chapter will honor 15-year-old actress and producer Marsai Martin.
14-year-old Sydney Wilson, one of the youngest students to be accepted into Spelman College, made the Dean’s list.
Despite enduring homelessness, Atlanta native Chelesa Fearce graduated as the valedictorian of her high school class. Now, she’s pursuing her…
Spelman College received a $2 million grant for the creation of a new STEM center.
#BlackExcellence: 11-year-old academic standout Dionn Megginson has started high school.
14-year-old Sydney Wilson is the youngest student to be admitted into Spelman College.
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