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|DSU Student Mia Jones Crowned Miss Delaware USA 2017By: HBCU BuzzDecember 7, 2016Congrats to Delaware State University student Mia Jones on being crowned Miss Delaware 2017. Read More >
Land-grant HBCUs Seeking Aid from CongressBy: Diverse Issues In Higher EducationDecember 7, 2016The nation’s 19 historically Black land-grant colleges (the so-called 1890 HBCUs), are expected this week to have a Congressional hearing on a plan to specifically strengthen the institutions’ financial abilities to provide formal education to minorities and others pursuing studies in the agricultural sciences. Read More >
HBCU university runs passport campaign to encourage more minority students to study abroadBy: Student InternationalDecember 5, 2016According to figures from the national association of international educators, NAFSA, only 5.6 percent of African-Americans participate in study abroad programs out of the total U.S. student population studying abroad. Read More >
Black Author Releases New Novel to Benefit His HBCU’s Alumni Association — Encourages Other Authors to Do the Same!By: BlackNewsDecember 1, 2016Mr. Baker is an alumnus, (’70) of Morgan State University and a lifetime member of the Morgan State University National Alumni Association. Read More >
Black Author Releases New Novel to Benefit His HBCU’s Alumni Association — Encourages Other Authors to Do the Same!
Study Abroad in China: Jabari JeffersonBy: Delaware State UniversityDecember 1, 2016The Hornet Newspaper would like to highlight Jabari Jefferson and his trip to China in 2015. Read More >