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Atlanta-area McDonald’s owner-operators award $40K in Golden Grants to educators

By Rolling Out / February 26, 2020

Students display beauty and brains at SCJR Productions scholarship drive

By Nana Aduba-Amoah / February 23, 2020

Kent State University to pay tuition for LeBron James’ I Promise students

By Terry Shropshire / February 13, 2020

Abidemi Balogun’s dream to be a nurse comes true in ResU nursing program

By Tigner / February 9, 2020

Nursing legacy inspires Stephanie Ijaola to enhance health care for all

By Tigner / February 4, 2020

Omega Psi Phi member Nassim Ashford using internship to study health care

By Cassidy Sparks / January 24, 2020

Atlanta student Macire Aribot details what it takes to get an internship in DC

By Cassidy Sparks / January 23, 2020

Upset parents declare state of emergency to improve schooling for Black kids

By N. Ali Early / January 18, 2020

Kyla Sharp is reaping the success of Summit Academy OIC training

By Rolling Out / January 13, 2020

Michelle Obama launching new Instagram TV show

By Terry Shropshire / January 9, 2020

Gerrielle Stafford explains why she chose nursing

By Joy Nealey / December 23, 2019

Former KSU cheerleader Tommia Dean explains why she took a knee

By Joy Nealey / December 20, 2019

Summit Academy’s Christopher Hinton shares how program is impacting lives

By Joy Nealey / December 14, 2019

The Consortium provides free MBA for Black college graduates

By Munson Steed / December 13, 2019

For actor and comedian Kel Mitchell, Black College Expo™ is ‘all that’

By Rolling Out / December 12, 2019

Fount Hankle says Resurrection University is No. 1 choice for nursing school

By Rolling Out / December 10, 2019

Bad public education? We must stop placing blame and look in the mirror

By Opinions - Letters to the Editor / December 10, 2019

Did Brown v. Board of Education really create better outcomes for our kids?

By Rolling Out / November 24, 2019

Former HBCU president Andrea Miller gives leadership advice

By Joy Nealey / November 14, 2019

Spelman College to use $2M gift for 1st ‘queer studies’ chair at an HBCU

By Terry Shropshire / October 30, 2019