First and foremost let me say this… “This ain’t no doctoral dissertation or no scholarly journal. I’m just gonna keep it real! And tell the story as an HBCU alumni would tell it.”
Background: On January 18, 2011, Governor Bobby Jindal made a request of the Louisiana Board of Regents to study the feasibility of merging SUNO and UNO and moving both institutions under the umbrella of the University of Louisiana System. The study was completed, and the results were delivered to the Board of Regents in a […]
Southern University and A&M College had its beginning in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1880 when a group of Black politicians, led by former U.S. Senator P.B.S. Pinchback, T.T. Allain, and Henry Demas petitioned the State Constitutional Convention to establish a school of higher learning for “colored” people.
Southern University Homecoming 2010 was properly kicked off by the combination of Drack Muse’ Extra Mild Sauce, Alumni Roundup and hundreds of Alumni back in Baton Rouge.
Southern Chancellor Kofi Lomotey said it is time to stop using “across-the-board cuts” when “no one starves but everyone goes hungry.”
[NewsWire] Southern University System Welcomes Dr. Ronald Mason, Jr.
Dr. Ronald Mason Jr. has his own HBCU Merger plan.. Lets support his vision
“I believe in HBCUs, and I believe we need strong ones for a lot of different reasons,” he said. “Bottom line question is where can that cause best be served?”