Tag Archives: HBCU
Grant will support the next generation of black business leaders
Grant enables NCCU to invest in training for the next generation of business leaders, entrepreneurs…
By C. Daniel Baker
The Lip Bar's luxury cosmetic bar caters to their consumer’s individuality through highly pigmented and responsibly made products.
Who says beauty and brains don’t mix?
For 27-year-old Melissa Butler, her path to the beauty…
By Kimberly Wilson
State senate approves university bid
The Winston-Salem Journal reports that the university’s bid to buy the stadium from the City…
By Steven J Gaither
His advice to young black males: Stay focused and be consistent
As part of BlackEnterprise.com’s Month of the Man series, entrepreneur Tiwa Works talks fraternal bonds…
By Janell Hazelwood
Black colleges benefit from the company’s campus-improvement program
The Home Depot responded to HBCUs in need through a campus-improvement grant program called Retool…
By Sheiresa Ngo
The suspect has been arrested
Two Livingstone students recovering after being attacked
By Makkada B. Selah
Scholar pioneers who advance intellect and innovation of society
Here’s a look a seven female pioneers who advance the plight of education around the…
Will outreach efforts foster diversity?
Major League Baseball’s first Urban Invitational baseball tournament brought historically black colleges and universities to…
By Cliff Hocker
Changes to U.S. Dept. of Education cause a dip in college enrollment.
Is college just unaffordable now?