In this month’s roundup, the White House announces this year’s HBCU scholars, an initiative that seeks to create more LGBTQ-friendly campuses, and HBCUs look to expand to reach more students. 

In this month’s roundup, the recent Supreme Court decisions impact HBCUs, the first-ever HBCU hockey program was announced, and students learn more about firefighting. 

In this month’s roundup, HBCUs celebrate commencement, students fight back against underfunding and rezoning, and baseball student-athletes will play on a national stage. 

In this month’s roundup, Black men are missing at HBCUs, leaders reveal the secret to their success, and HBCUs remain underrepresented at the NFL draft. 

In this month’s roundup, Jackson State continues its search for a president, a music icon is honored at Bowie State and a notable name joins the Howard University faculty. 

In this month’s roundup, Jackson State’s president has been put on leave, Black male educators get a boost and esports are being included within HBCU athletics departments.  

In this month’s roundup, Morris Brown College makes a comeback, the U.S. Air Force partners with Howard University, and aspiring filmmakers in Atlanta get an incredible opportunity. 

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. 


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