The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is being blamed for one historically Black college having to cut out its health care plan for its students.
On Tuesday, DJ Kid Capri and R&B/soul singer Leela James were in attendance at “Limitless: Honoring Our Scholars’ Promise,” a fundraiser event that provides resources for student support, school programming and scholarships.
Black history makers this week
T. Thomas Fortune at one time was one of the nation’s most distinguished and prominent journalists and civil rights leaders.
When the words “Common Core” come up in a conversation with parents in New York, they oftentimes answer back with a negative response.
DJ Kid Capri and singer Leela James make an appearance at the New Heights Academy School fundraiser
On Saturday, Nov. 2, the Tau Omega and Pi Kappa Omega chapters of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority hosted an Emerging Young Leaders (EYL) community summit
Black children are not getting the preparation they need to excel in school during the early years of their development
In several African-American history books, particularly biographical dictionaries, Anna Arnold Hedgeman and Dorothy Height are listed almost inseparably.
Legendary hip-hop lyricist and poet Nas has been chosen to become the face of a new Hip-Hop Fellowship that was founded and developed at Harvard University earlier this year. The Nasir Jones Hip-Hop Fellowship is a new program that was ...
Award-winning Amsterdam News reporter Cyril Josh Barker will be featured in the upcoming 2013 fall issue of HBCU Connect magazine
Students and faculty worry CUNY's proposed Policy on Expressive Activity may be unconstitutional
Clarke-Ruiz wanted to start an animated short called “Fortune Girls”
All Black filmmakers stand on the shoulders of Oscar Micheaux
Ford is inviting you to enter the Ford Community Challenge Competition for Historically Black Colleges and Universities