Spelman College

Kylar Gray, co-editor-in-chief of The Blueprint, writes about relaunching the student paper and what it means for Spelman College.

Legendary filmmaker and Morehouse alum Spike Lee has teamed up with the talent agency Gersh to launch a fellowship program for HBCU scholars.

Spelman College has received a $1 million donation to support the creation of a documentary media studies center.

Polo Ralph Lauren has created some conversation amongst the HBCU Community in their latest release involving Spelman College and Morehouse College. James Jeter is the man who is largely responsible for the new collection.

Spelman College has teamed up with the nonprofit SMASH for an initiative aimed at increasing the representation of Black women in STEM.

Spelman College has received a $12 million endowment for the creation of an innovation and arts center.

Keshia Knight Pulliam and Terrence Jenkins have teamed up with Now and Later for the creation of an initiative designed to empower HBCU students.

Clark Atlanta University and Spelman College are the latest institutions in a wave of HBCUs that have launched efforts to erase student debt.

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 L. Jackson.

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.