Category : Education

by Staff - 3 days ago

NASCAR Project

An exciting weekend for Joliet Central High School Graduate ('17) Andrew Gabl whose artwork was displayed at Chicagoland Speedway for NASCAR weekend. The artwork was created as part of the JTHS Photo Ops partnership last school year with Chicagoland...

by Staff - 3 days ago

In Memoriam: Alton Hornsby Jr.

Alton Hornsby, professor emerita of history at Morehouse College in Atlanta, died on September 1. A native of Georgia, Dr. Hornsby was a 1961 graduate of Morehouse College. He earned a master’s degree and a Ph.D. at the University of Texas at A...

by Staff - 6 days ago

HBCUs Report Impressive Enrollment Gains

Alcorn State University in Mississippi reports that the first-year class is the largest in university history. There are 740 entering students this year, an increase of 38 percent from a year ago. The large entering class boosted total enrollments at...

by Staff - 1 week ago

TSU Gets Narrow Victory in Southern Heritage Classic

By Ron Wynn NASHVILLE, TN — On a night when their offense repeatedly misfired, the Tennessee State Tigers’ defense made a host of clutch plays and enabled them to grab a 17-15 Southern Heritage Classic victory over Jackson State before nearly 48,000...

by Staff - 1 week ago

TSU Wins 6th Southern Heritage Classic

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by Staff - 1 week ago

New Fisk Student Leader All Set for New Challenges

By Reginald Stuart When Fisk University goes on the hunt this school year for prospective students, its recruitment and sales team will likely include one of its most recent super boosters: Tanya Torres. Torres, a 21–year-old public school graduate f...