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Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Larry Robinson a good choice for FAMU, Tallahassee

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Florida A&M University is one of America’s most recognized Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU). It is the only HBCU within Florida’s State University System. Together with Florida State University and Tallahassee Community College, FAMU is a major presence in the Tallahassee community. Those of us who live here want a thriving FAMU that can make significant contributions to our culture, our history and, of course, our workforce. While students, faculty, administration and alumni have a stake in a thriving…

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Hillary Clinton airing radio ads in Florida focused on HBCUs

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The push to register millennials to vote is hitting the airwaves. Hillary Clinton released a new radio ad Tuesday as part of an effort to mobilize millennial voters. According to the Clinton campaign, the 60-second spot is meant to highlight the importance of the millennial vote and Clinton’s plan to invest in Historical Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). The ad features Terrence J, a TV personality and actor. The North Carolina native attended North Carolina A&T, a historically black university…

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North Carolina A&T wins inaugural Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl

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The North Carolina A&T Aggies and Alcorn State Braves got the 2015 bowl season underway with the inaugural Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl from Atlanta. The game served as the championship game for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HCBUs). The Aggies posted a 41-34 victory to finish the season at 10-2. Alcorn was 9-4. A&T, champions of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, jumped out to a 7-0 lead on a 74-yard punt return touchdown by Kris Garden. Alcorn State, champions of…

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