Celebrate 150 Years Of Howard University #HU150


Howard Family,

There’s nothing I’d rather do to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the founding of Howard University than to be surrounded by Alumni, creating new memories. Any time I can be a part of that happening, I’m all in.

Thursday, March 2nd, join us after work in a celebration of our Alma Mater.

Entry is FREE with RSVP, and doors open at 5pm.

I’ll see you there!

-Be Moore


DRUMLINE LIVE The hit movie comes alive at NJPAC’s Prudential Hall Friday, October 26, 2012

The thundering live phenomenon spun out of the 2002 feature film Drumline will march into NJPAC’s Prudential Hall on Friday, October 26, 2012 at 8:00 p.m., taking audience members on a time-traveling voyage of the origins of Historically Black College and University (HBCU) marching bands from Africa to present day.

Leaving Home

Leaving Home – Ep 4: Moving Into the College Freshman Dorm

Those of us who drove or flew in to college can relate to this part of the story. I personally remember driving down in my father’s Nissan Pathfinder packed to the brim with every little thing that I thought was important to me from my room at home including EVERY shoe, pair of jeans and accessory I owned. HA! What a mistake in hindsight.

Campus Life Leaving Home

Leaving Home – An HBCU Story – Part 2 – “First Impressions”

The second installment of “Leaving Home – An HBCU Story,” which traces the journey of a rising freshman as she leaves Los Angeles to attend college at North Carolina A&T University. There is such a juggle of emotions that we all experience during times of transition and growth. We did our best to capture it all in hopes of starting the college conversation with the kids in our families and neighborhoods.

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HBCU Sports: Whats the Missing Link?

Today marks the 38th annual Bayou Classic and for the 3rd year in a row, they have announced the “Lowest Attendance in History” with a little over 40K attendees. This is not rarity in Classics, Homecomings and even general regular season scheduled games in all HCBU sports.

What is the missing link?

Please share your thoughts below in the comment section and lets discuss change.

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The BlackGreek Mobile App Puts “The Yard” Right At Your Fingertips

The BlackGreek Mobile App is a free app designed to put “The Yard” right at your fingertips and is the first app featuring news, step shows, stroll off videos, and alerts from: Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc., Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., and Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.

BlackGreek.TV was developed out of the question, “Are Black Greek Lettered Organizations still relevant today?” Lillian Jones, Content Director of EMQ Networks, suggests they are, “These organizations still hold fellowship, scholarship, and service as its main pillars and are constanly working in our communities. The problem is more people see the parties than the community outreach.”

EMQ Networks’ goal with developing BlackGreek.TV was to create a space to showcase and share a well rounded depiction of the Black Greek lifestyle and experience. Programming for the network will include spotlights on top under-graduate and graduate chapter members, special events, service projects, and more. The Black Greek Mobile App which has been downloaded over 10,000 times to date will allow you to:

*View All Greek News provides a quick overview
Refresh to get the latest news and videos

*Sort by fraternity or sorority See only content from your favorite fraternity or sorority

*Spread The Word
Share videos and news with via Facebook, Twitter or E-mail

Download the app today at

For more information on EMQ Networks visit:

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Munson Steed Speaks on the State of HBCUs

Munson Steed, Media Mogul, CEO of Steed Media Group and Morehouse Alum was a panelist at the Atlanta Howard University Charter Day Discussion regarding the State of HBCUs.


Google is Actively Recruiting HBCU Alumni

Greetings from Google!

As you may have heard, Google is hiring! 2011 is slated to be one of our most aggressive hiring years, and we are working to find top talent. Over the past few years HBCU graduates have made significant contributions to Google’s success. We are excited to continue our relationship with HBCUs and hire their very best graduates to join our team.

Google will be hosting functions in a number of major cities as we seek to make contact with HBCU graduates that may have an interest in our organization. The first of these events will be held at the Google Atlanta Office (10 10th Street NE Suite 600 Atlanta, GA 30309) on Wednesday March 30, 2011 at 7PM. We are targeting non-engineering majors from the graduating classes of 2006-2010. This event will give participants a glimpse into what we have to offer here at Google. They will hear from current Googlers, receive information on positions that are currently open, and have the chance to speak with recruiters who will be on-site to answer questions. Additionally, this is a great time to network, not only with Googlers, but also with peers.

We would appreciate your assistance in distributing this exciting information to members of your organization that are currently based in Atlanta. Those interested in attending can click HERE for registration information. Do you have a colleague, friend, peer, or family member that also meets the event criteria? Feel free to pass this information along! Please note that we have a limited number of seats for this event, so an RSVP is required. We will send a confirmation e-mail to those we are able to accommodate.

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