Tag Archives: HBCU
By Amya Milligan/Clarion News LINCOLN UNIVERSITY -With Lincoln University hosting many Black History Month events during the month of February, the Clarion News wanted to know: What is the most important thing when it comes to Black History Month?
Her fight against discrimination helped establish the first HBCU journalism program By Randy Mitchell LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – Did you know Lincoln University was the first historically black college or university (HBCU) to have a journalism program? One of the people … Continue reading
The first installment of a series highlighting the history of Lincoln University Compiled by Clarion News staff (source:lincolnu.edu) LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – At the close of the Civil War, soldiers and officers of the 62nd United States Colored Infantry, stationed at … Continue reading
By Keishera Lately/Clarion News LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – On Wednesday student journalist from a variety of HBCUs attended a White House press briefing via Zoom with Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Marcia L. Fudge. There was one representative in attendance for … Continue reading
By Steven Banks/Clarion News LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – Mister Lincoln, Austin Branch, departed campus Wednesday for the Mister HBCU Kings’ Leadership Competition being held Jan. 26-30, 2022 in St. Louis. Branch, 22, from Sikeston, Mo., is a senior agriculture major. While … Continue reading
By Clarion News staff ORLANDO, Fla. – Ever since the NBA restarted, Thunder point guard and future Hall of Famer Chris Paul has been paying homage to HBCU’s by putting one school on his sneakers per game. On Saturday, during … Continue reading
Commentary by Keishera Lately Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are important for the African-American culture now and into the future. HBCUs were first created well before the Civil Rights Act of 1964, with the intent to provide for educational … Continue reading