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The HBCU Combine is set to be an additional showcase with HBCU players including the recently announced HBCU Legacy Bowl.

Delaware State University announced it will eliminate student loan debt for over 200 recent graduates who were significantly impacted by the pandemic.

Renowned playwright and activist Lorraine Hansberry’s former New York City residence has been added to the National Register of Historic Places.

Fisk University has received a multimillion-dollar donation, marking the largest gift in the institution’s 155-year history.

Keshia Knight Pulliam has been appointed to serve as Mielle Organics’ Global Education Ambassador.

Actress Taraji P. Henson has launched an initiative centered on helping Black youth overcome mental health struggles.

Spelman College is naming its performing arts center after actress and director LaTanya Richardson Jackson and her husband actor Samuel L. Jackson.

A 10-year-old chess prodigy who overcame homelessness has won the title of National Chess Master.

Social entrepreneur Lavar Jacobs opened Ohio’s first Black-owned breast cancer center to pay homage to his late mother.

A docuseries about Howard University basketball standout Makur Maker is coming to Apple TV+.

William Tate IV has been appointed to become Louisiana State University’s president; making him the first Black person to assume the position in the school’s 161-year history.

North Carolina A&T State University logged a recording-breaking milestone in terms of fundraising.