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Trump’s blueprint for failing our nation’s students

Trump’s blueprint for failing our nation’s students

The ink had hardly dried on Trump’s executive order promising continued support for HBCUs when he dropped his ‘skinny budget’ in March.

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Teen Builds Nuclear Science Project In His Basement

Teen Builds Nuclear Science Project In His Basement

  A Philadelphia teenager is getting a lot of attention for a science project in his basement that involves nuclear energy. See the full story...

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Xavier Breast Cancer Treatment Breakthrough

Xavier Breast Cancer Treatment Breakthrough

A Xavier University of Louisiana cancer research lab has announced a new treatment for breast cancer, which could reduce

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NASA’s Nationwide Technology Infusion Tour Makes Two-Day Stop At Tennessee State University

NASA’s Nationwide Technology Infusion Tour Makes Two-Day Stop At Tennessee State University

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) –Tennessee State University hosted a two-day workshop to provide HBCUs and minority-serving institutions a platform to seek...

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Oprah Winfrey stars in the upcoming film about a Black woman whose cells were used without her consent

Oprah Winfrey stars in the upcoming film about a Black woman whose cells were used without her consent

HBO wants you to add another must-see film to your list: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. The film, which is produced by and stars media mogul Oprah Winfrey, is...

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Wall Street Journal Lists Tennessee State University Among Top 10 HBCUs

Wall Street Journal Lists Tennessee State University Among Top 10 HBCUs

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – The Wall Street Journal has listed Tennessee State University among its top 10 historically black colleges and universities. The...

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The Forgotten Mission – HBCUs Account For Less Than One Percent Of America’s College Research Spending

The Forgotten Mission – HBCUs Account For Less Than One Percent Of America’s College Research Spending

“Many think that the principal mission of universities is to transmit knowledge; they miss the key point that teaching and research are inseparable. American...

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Young, Black, Female Physicist Looks To Pioneer Cancer Treatment Solution

Young, Black, Female Physicist Looks To Pioneer Cancer Treatment Solution

Dr. Hadiyah-Nicole Green may not quite cut the picture of your typical scientific researcher. Young, Black, and pretty, she could have been a movie star, singer or...

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Tougaloo College Becomes First Ever HBCU To Study Modern Day Slavery

Tougaloo College Becomes First Ever HBCU To Study Modern Day Slavery

Tougaloo College makes history! Tougaloo College President Beverly Wade Hogan told reporters on Monday that the school has been awarded a $550,000 grant to study...

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Local universities track emerging Zika risk for international study students

Local universities track emerging Zika risk for international study students

It’s a quandary for organizers of international study trips to places like Nicaragua, Panama, Brazil and Haiti. Do you expose students to the Zika virus, which is...

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Who Produces Black Ph.D.’s?

Who Produces Black Ph.D.’s?

Black students have their choice of college in a way that was not nearly as true decades ago, a fact borne out by the numbers: In 2006, one in five African American...

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