The Staten Island chapter of the NAACP is hosting its annual HBCU Fair Saturday, Feb. 6.
Lincoln University in Pennsylvania is headed to Atlanta to perform in the 2016 Honda Battle of the Bands (HBOB) Invitational Showcase. The marching band event of the year will be held January 30.
Ilyasah Al-Shabazz, daughter of Civil Rights icon Malcolm X, is speaking at Tuskegee University on Tuesday, Feb. 2 as part of an ongoing Lyceum Series the institution is presenting.
Inspired by a fifth-grade teacher’s claim that “Black people have no history, no heroes or accomplishments of any consequence,” Arthur Schomburg set out on a lifelong mission to disprove that fallacy.
The JED Foundation and the Steve Fund, two leading mental health organizations, announced in December 2015 a joint plan to provide colleges and universities with recommended practices for improving support for the mental health and emotional well-being of America’s college ...
In 1998, when bugging devices were discovered at City College, one of them a camera hidden in a smoke detector, students were aroused and quickly summoned attorney Ron McGuire to voice their complaint.
First the cartoon series, now the book compilation.
Here's a look at Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a federal holiday that falls on the third Monday in January.
In a comprehensive 48-page opinion made public Tuesday, the Hon. Shira A. Scheindlin of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York has allowed the claims asserted on behalf of children with disabilities in a lawsuit ...
The New York Urban League is inviting students to apply for the Whitney M. Young Scholarship, worth $3,500.
Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. and Code/Interactive, a Bronx-based computer science education nonprofit, jointly launched the Code/Bronx initiative at Boricua College’s Melrose Campus to start a computer science program at every school in the borough.
Saturday, Dec. 26, marks the first day of Kwanzaa, a non-religious celebration of African-American culture....
The Albany State University Marching Band is headed to Pasadena, Calif., to participate in the Tournament of Roses Parade on New Year’s Day.
In Carla L. Peterson’s “Black Gotham: A Family History of African-Americans in Nineteenth Century New York City,” one of the longest citations in the index is given to Peter Guignon, her great-great-grandfather.
The historically Black Alabama State University expands its global partnerships by signing a Memorandum of Understanding with Adekunie Ajasin University in Ondo State, Nigeria. The agreement calls for student and faculty exchange opportunities between the two universities.