In this month’s roundup, a new fellowship has been started for student journalists, HBCUs see a growth in endowment, and two more HBCUs will open medical schools. 

In this month’s roundup, an HBCU gained attention for their gymnastics team, a teenager was named responsible for most of the recent bomb threats towards HBCUs, and Tennessee State’s Marching Band was nominated for a Grammy. 

This month’s roundup looks at students suing their state over equal funding, a trailblazing HBCU president stepping down, and a 12-year-old making history in his state while claiming his rightful spot at an HBCU. 

This month’s roundup looks at students suing their state over equal funding, a trailblazing HBCU president stepping down, and a 12-year-old making history in his state while claiming his rightful spot at an HBCU. 

This month’s roundup looks at the far-reaching effects one Supreme Court ruling could have on students at HBCUs, how big stars are boosting schools’ credit ratings, and the impact a widespread appeal of Black art is having on galleries at HBCUs across the country. 

This month’s roundup looks at the far-reaching effects one Supreme Court ruling could have on students at HBCUs, how big stars are boosting schools’ credit ratings, and the impact a widespread appeal of Black art is having on galleries at HBCUs across the country. 

This month’s roundup looks at why more students are choosing to attend HBCU’s, how several new programs are giving talented students a solid foundation in fields with far too few professionals of color, and major wins for two football programs.

This month’s roundup looks at a controversial hire that has everyone talking, the creation of the first-ever endowed professorship in Queer Studies at a Historically Black College or University, and several new programs that support HBCU students interested in careers in sports medicine, music and philanthropy.

This month’s roundup looks at one beloved predominantly Black college closing its doors. At the same time, another HBCU is reinstated; a sad illustration of racism’s reach when a women’s athletic team is subjected to an invasive and demoralizing traffic stop; and shared smiles as three stars attend commencement ceremonies for three very different, yet meaningful, reasons.

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