Those of us who drove or flew in to college can relate to this part of the story. I personally remember driving down in my father’s Nissan Pathfinder packed to the brim with every little thing that I thought was important to me from my room at home including EVERY shoe, pair of jeans and […]
“What an awesome production this is going to be!”
Melissa Valle, Howard University Alum describes her experience at an HBCU campus and recalls the day she left home to attend college.
Alumni Roundup Presents a film project documenting journey of a young adult traveling across the country to an HBCU for her freshman year.
A short clip from an appearance by Malcolm X on a television show in Chicago called “City Desk” on March 17, 1963.
North Carolina A&T University’s Samuel D. Proctor School of Education building was designed to make a statement. This multi-award-winning building offers a unique visual experience and physically represents the university’s theme of creating a “catalyst for learning and leading.”
The North Carolina A&T women’s basketball team won its third straight MEAC regular-season title and was rewarded for it. Five Aggies earned postseason honors.
A young activist takes us on a journey to her home city of Greensboro 1 year before the opening of the International Civil Rights Museum. The Museum opened yesterday.