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Tanya Prat, alumna of Spelman and Howard, becomes Indiana’s 1st Black federal judge

Indiana’s first African-American federal judge has taken the seat once occupied by an equal opportunity champion best known for ordering the desegregation of Indianapolis public schools.

Tanya Walton Pratt, 51, was sworn in Friday to the U.S. District Court seat formerly filled by Judge S. Hugh Dillin, who ordered thousands of black students from Indianapolis Public Schools to attend township schools in the early 1980s

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Howard vs FAMU Game and DAY PARTY Sat. Sept 18

Campus Life Events

The Real HU Tailgate and Day Party Photos

Check out the pictures from the aftermath to the Howard vs Hampton football game held in DC last weekend. and represented lovely.  There were lots of Howard and Hampton Alumni in the building at the post game festivities and nuff trash talk flying around.  Fun!

Campus Life

Three HBCU medical schools out-ranked Ivy Leaguers

Howard University, Morehouse College, and Meharry Medical School topped a recent national study for having a strong social mission as part of its medical teachings.

The Historically Black Colleges and Universities institutions out-ranked Yale, Harvard, and Stanford Universities in graduating physicians who practice primary care and work in underserved areas, and recruiting and graduating young, minority physicians, The Social Mission of Medication Education: Ranking the Schools, revealed.


Malcolm X’s view on HBCU’s

A short clip from an appearance by Malcolm X on a television show in Chicago called “City Desk” on March 17, 1963.