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Black College Student Leaders’ Recognized by YOUniversity Drive

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 YOUniversity Drive, LLC.  has implemented an initiative that spotlights student leaders at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) throughout the nation, via social media and the company’s website. The online engagement movement allows student leaders to sign up for the YOUniversity Drive Resource Center and provide students with exposure and access to people, programs, and […]

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Lincoln University president resigns after offensive rape comments

Lincoln University president Robert R. Jennings announced his resignation on Monday after statements that some critics interpreted as blaming women for sexual assault. The university says it will form a task force on sexual misconduct and is reaching out to faculty, students and parents to improve relations. 

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Video: HBCU president blames women for getting raped on campus

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A speech by Lincoln University President Robert R. Jennings has incited controversy over what some people say are insensitive comments about rape. Jennings initially started off talking about how men only treat women how they allow them to treat them. But then the speech took a very ugly turn. 

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Country’s oldest black university in trouble

Alumni of the country’s oldest historically black private university are fighting to keep the institution up and running. Wilberforce University was founded in 1856. So far graduates have committed to raise $2 million in cash donations to keep the southwestern Ohio school going. 

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This HBCU is 90% white

You would think that most of a Historically Black Colleges and University’s (HBCUs) student population would mainly consist of African-American students. But there are some HBCUs where blacks make up just a small amount of the student body population. Bluefield State College is one of them. 

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City of Atlanta has eye on Morris Brown College property

Morris Brown College has been struggling to keep its doors open. Serving just 35 students, the HBCU has seen much better days. Now, the City of Atlanta where the college is housed, along with Friendship Baptist Church, put in a joint proposal worth $12.6 million to purchase the land. 

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With just 35 students, Morris Brown remains open

Morris Brown College lost its accreditation in 2003. They also lost most of their student population. But during a time when the future of many HBCUs remains unclear, the institution remains open with just 35 students.

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Simmons College of Kentucky gains accreditation, becomes second HBCU in state

Simmons College  has become accredited as the first private Historically Black Collegiate University, making it only the second HBCU in the state of Kentucky. Simmons joins Kentucky State University, a public institution. 

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Hampton University president raises school minimum wage with own wallet

Hampton University’s lowest-paid employees will now see a boost in their paychecks thanks to the university’s President. William R. Harvey and his wife Norma, donated $108,403 to the school in support of a wage increase for 121 permanent, full-time staff members earning less than $9 an hour. 

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BREAKING: Shooting at South Carolina State University, at least 1 injured

There has been a shooting at South Carolina State University, a historically black university located in Orangeburg, SC. At least one person has been injured.

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