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Category Archives: News

Diahann Carroll; The Beautiful, Trailblazer

I guarantee you there is no one in the HBCU community who does not know the classy, beautiful, trailblazer named Ms. Diahann Carroll.  If you didn’t know her from her days as Julia Baker in the television series Julia, then you know her … Read More…

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Oprah Pledges Over One Million Dollars to UNCF

At this point it is perhaps beyond fair to exclusively picture Oprah Winfrey smiling atop a prize winning float showering the masses with large amounts of money and gifts they couldn’t hope to pay the taxes on (You get a car! And you … Read More…

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News: White House HBCU Week & O’Reilly AI Conference

The HBCU Career Center will be on both coasts this week!  Catch us tabling at the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities’ 2019 National Historically Black Colleges and Universities Week Conference.  We’ll be at the Current Student and Recent Graduate Career … Read More…

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