A virtual event was hosted by the 10th administration of the Howard University Student Association (HUSA) Senate with open arms to welcome their peers into the world of student government at Howard.
The United States Tennis Association recently held its first-ever “HBCU Live” event at the U.S. Open in New York City. The theme of the event was to feature Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), giving fans a cultural experience that is unfamiliar to the tennis world.
As students headed into the Labor Day weekend, Howard University broke the distressing news of a potential cyberattack, putting student’s personal information at risk and bringing unforeseen class cancellations.
Howard University’s junior and senior students who returned to campus this fall were left scrambling for housing options after the university announced that housing preference would be given to freshmen and sophomores.
Since taking office, the Biden-Harris administration has delivered more than $5 billion to Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) through COVID-19 emergency relief funding and the discharging of HBCU Capital Financing loans.