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Hosted by Chris Spencer, a pair of aspiring comedians will get on-the-job mentoring and comedy tips ahead of a special live show.

Video games or gaming is no longer the waste of time your parents used to call it, it has become a lucrative business, and Benedict College is giving its students a chance to get in on the action.

FAMU, one of the most celebrated HBCUs in the south, found itself trending after a graduating student posed nude at the Rattlers statue.

Proving the doubters wrong once again, Master P has a new title to go along with being a multi-millionaire rapper, producer and entrepreneur—Doctor.

ESPN’s most spirited voice is about to take his talents to the big screen. Stephen A. Smith is working on a project to highlight some of our finest educational institutes.

Historically Black Colleges & Universities get a well-deserved spotlight with Urban One's virtual homecoming experience, ONE YARD! Serving as a platform that embraces tech and innovation, One Yard will make sure students, alumni and fans are able to take a variety of Black college experiences, from home.

Apple Music's Rap Life is taking its popular hip-hop playlist on the road with 'Rap Life Live.' The service tapped four leading rap acts— all who are known for speaking against racial injustice in their music— to perform at Howard U. to help open a dialog about the issues plaguing the Black community. The event is the first of many aimed to hit across HBCU campuses across the United States.

Believe it or not, Black teens want to play video games professionally too, and are pretty damn good at it. Twitch is looking to give these gamers the opportunity they deserve.

Even though COVID-19 has derailed the moment millions of students have worked so hard some grads have something special to look forward to. The only POTUS we recognize will be delivering a special message to the future leaders of our culture.

La La Anthony is helping to produce a new docuseries on Alabama State University's plus-size dance squad. We can dig it.

It’s no secret that over the last few years, the topic of finances for Historically Black Collegiate Universities (HBCUs) has always been a part of most education related conversations. But after the wave of closures forced on schools across the country to combat the spread of the highly contagious virus, COVID-19, some HBCUs may never […]