Susan Miller, USA TODAY
As Florence continued its slow, perilous plod across the Carolinas – dumping torrents of rain that could lead to days of devastating floods – charities and aid groups are kicking into high gear.
The tropical storm, which was downgraded from a Category 1 hurricane after ...
Posted Sunday, September 16th 2018 at 12:23PM
New Season Features the Return of Award-Winning Syndicated Radio Personality Rickey Smiley, Along with his Crew Da Brat, Porsha Williams, Juicy, Headkrack and Gary with Da Tea
Hit Series Returns on Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/7C, Premiering October 30
TV One announced today that production is ...
Posted Wednesday, September 12th 2018 at 7:40PM
Cancer Prevention & Research Institute of Texas funds academic research award
Texas Southern University (TSU) scholars will help in the fight against cancer via a recently announced $5.1 million academic research grant from the Cancer Prevention & ...
Posted Thursday, August 30th 2018 at 3:02PM
Fourteenth Annual College Colors Day Encourages Fans To Unleash Their School Pride
ATLANTA, Aug. 28, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- As fall rapidly approaches, and everyone's favorite team is still undefeated, college fans everywhere are embracing the renewal of traditions and displaying their spirit for ...
Posted Thursday, August 30th 2018 at 1:51PM
When Hannah Lucas was diagnosed last year with a medical condition that caused frequent fainting, she felt scared and alone.
“I started passing out more and more often and I was terrified of going anywhere,” Hannah, 15, told ABC News. “Because what if I passed out and no one was around or what i ...
Posted Tuesday, May 29th 2018 at 2:34PM
15 to 16 of every 10,000 black babies born to do not live to their first birthday. That rate is twice that of any other U.S. ethnic group and three times that in some developing countries.
WU Mass Communications Practicum and Center for Entrepreneurship students produced a website featuring podca ...
Posted Friday, May 25th 2018 at 11:16AM
CHARLES R. DREW UNIVERSITY OF MEDICINE AND SCIENCE PROGRAM DIRECTOR MAKES HISTORY AS FIRST EVER AFRICAN AMERICAN PRESIDENT OF TOP MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
Dr. C. Freeman, psychiatry residency program director at Charles R. Drew University of Medicine a ...
Posted Wednesday, May 23rd 2018 at 11:02AM
The DSU Department of Nursing celebrated the newest eight graduates of the its program during its annual Nurse Pinning Ceremony, held May 11 in the Education and Humanities Theatre.
The keynote speaker was a former nursing instructor and the NCLEX ...
Posted Thursday, May 17th 2018 at 11:49AM
A pioneering scholar who helped build Physical Therapy curriculum's within the nation's HBCU's.
Alabama State University honored the lifework of a pioneering advocate for health equity who helped to establish ASU’s nationally acclaimed Doctor of P ...
Posted Wednesday, April 4th 2018 at 4:31PM
Nationwide has partnered with HBCU CONNECT for almost a decade to bring savings to the HBCU community. This crucial partnership helps HBCU CONNECT provide scholarship opportunities to deserving students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities ...
Posted Friday, March 23rd 2018 at 8:54AM
Keshia Knight Pulliam, cast as the iconic Rudy Huxtable at five-years-old, is the featured speaker at Kentucky State University’s Women’s History Month Assembly March 22 at 11 a.m. in the Carl H. Smith Auditorium in David H. Bradford Hall.
Posted Monday, March 19th 2018 at 5:36PM
The National Civil Rights Library
“The Cornerstone Of The Civil Rights Community”
Our Mission that we hope to Achieve in presenting the **National Urban Economic Think Tank** on April 7, 2018 in Chicago, IL @ *Holy Angels ...
Posted Monday, March 19th 2018 at 5:31PM
-- Sneakers Honors the Military --
Florida A&M graduate Dian Holton's sneaker was selected by the Sneakerlab to produce a limited edition Nike collection. The three sneaker collection is available online only from until Thursday, March 15th. Plea ...
Posted Wednesday, March 14th 2018 at 3:55AM
February 28, 2018 ˆALucas Johnson
By Joan Kite
The College of Agriculture at Tennessee State University is launching a major hemp research initiative in collaboration with Tennessee¡¦s Department of Agriculture.
To help educate local fa ...
Posted Wednesday, February 28th 2018 at 7:55PM
The goal of Anita Quintana’s research at The University of Texas at El Paso is to try to understand what happens during development to cause children to be born with birth defects.
Photo: Anita Quintana
More specifically, she is looking at b ...
Posted Monday, February 19th 2018 at 10:43PM