How one college is working to diversify its team rosters

At a time when many colleges are working to diversify their athletics rosters, Amherst College says its initiative to recruit student-athletes of color can and should be replicated at institutions across the country.

Are HBCUs facing a ‘sink-or-swim moment’?

Student debt, federal budget cuts, and rising costs are straining all of higher education, but they are “killing HBCUs,” warns Delece Smith-Barrow, asserting that the federal government must intervene to prevent HBCUs’ extinction.

The shifting demographics on HBCU campuses

A growing number of the nation’s historically Black colleges and universities are making a push to attract more non-African American students in hopes of boosting enrollment and ensuring sustainability.

Focused on equity, Steph Curry funds Howard University golf team

NBA star Stephen Curry hopes that bringing golf—a sport that is both predominantly white and the backdrop for many a business deal—to the historically Black university will have benefits that go “way beyond the game of golf and way beyond Howard.”