The OSU Men’s basketball team is out here handling their business! They recently upset Purdue and beat Iowa, making them #1 in The Big Ten with a 13-1 record. They still have work to do, but they have come a long way this season. Go Bucks and keep pushing! Below are their upcoming games: Feb. […]

Source: Getty / Getty Congratulations new graduates! You have entered the so-called “real world” now that you’ve walked across that stage. You not only have freedoms and rights, you have a certain amount of responsibilities that you have to deal with. It won’t always be fun or easy, but if you learn some important lessons […]

Days after a photo of Malia Obama kissing a boy at a football game and one of her smoking surfaced on the Internet, a past and current First Daughter are sticking up for the Harvard freshman. According to PEOPLE, Chelsea Clinton and Ivanka Trump are condemning coverage that focuses on the 19-year-old’s private life. On Friday, Clinton, who knows a lot about not having […]

After flying in HBCU leaders to The White House to sign an executive order that would prioritize these universities and colleges, Trump could be reneging on his promise. According to Politico, #45 signaled on Friday that he may not implement a 25-year-old federal program that helps historically black colleges finance construction projects on their campuses, […]

Yara Shahidi has got her pick of schools to attend this fall! As college acceptance season begins to wind down, many high school seniors are still waiting to find out which school they got into. The Black-ish star, however, doesn’t have to wonder because she got into all the schools she applied for. Shahidi, who […]

Homecoming season is here, and it’s the most wonderful time of the year! As a graduate of a Big Ten University, I can honestly say that I’ve never experienced a homecoming quite like that of a HBCU. From the tailgate, to the yard fest, to the “plots” and all the love and the pride in […]

Georgetown University officials announced on Thursday that they will offer an admissions edge to applicants who are descendants of Black slaves. This is part of a new comprehensive atonement initiative to counter the university’s historical ties to slavery, NBC News reported. Ties that go back almost two centuries when the nation’s capital school sold 272 […]

  getty image In a world of utter turmoil, every once in a while, there’s a story that shows the capacity for humans to love. And this story out of Barnesville, GA will pull at your heartstrings. Nineteen-year-old Fred Barley is homeless, but understands the importance of higher education. Despite natural elements of rain or […]

At first glance, you’d think Destyni Tyree leads a charmed life. She was voted prom queen by her peers and was captain of the cheerleading squad. She also completed high school in two years, earning a 4.0 grade point average and snagging a full-ride scholarship to Potomac State College of West Virginia University. “Accomplished,” Tyree, […]

Malia Obama, the oldest of President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama’s two daughters, will attend Harvard University. She’ll begin there in the fall of 2017, after taking a gap year, the White House announced Sunday. She’ll be a member of the class of 2021. Obama said at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner on […]