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Why more college students, athletes are committing to HBCUs

HBCUs are exploding in popularity both in classrooms and on the court. By Abby Cruz (Courtesy of ABC News) It’s the time when high school graduates make that consequential decision: What’s next? Curtis Lawrence has made his choice. Behind those braces and that...

Clothing line Support Black Colleges celebrates HBCUs in style

Originally Posted [ CBS News ] [Mar 8, 2021,09:57pm EST] by MCKAY BOLDEN Clothing brand Support Black Colleges aims to amplify the importance of historically Black colleges and universities and strives to encourage people to support and attend HBCUs. Co-founded in...

Morehouse College Starts VR Classes With VictoryXR

Originally Posted [ Forbes ] [Mar 9, 2021,09:00am EST] by Charlie Fink Morehouse College is teaching three classes in VR using the Victory XR platform (based on Engage), with support from Qualcomm, which provided an Oculus Quest 2 to students. The Quest utilizes the...

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