Featured, Sports U.S. beats Mexico 1-0, wins CONCACAF Gold Cup
    The United States Men's National Team beat Mexico 1-0 in extra time in the CONCACAF Gold Cup final at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Sunday. Defender Miles Robinson scored in the 117th ...
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Harris’ election represents firsts for many, continued service for others

As a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. – the first Greek-letter organization for Black women – vice president-elect Kamala Harris’ win last month brought much attention to the National Panhellenic Council (NPHC), but civic engagement for these organizations has always been a priority.  

A generation of scholars potentially at risk

With a return to in-person instruction not in sight soon for D.C. public schools, there are concerns surrounding the effects remote education on students in low-income neighborhoods due to lack of resources and parental support.

VIDEO: The Pandemic’s Impact on Howard University’s Homecoming

WASHINGTON – Homecoming is a sacred time for students and alumni at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. The weeklong event gives HBCU communities a chance to come together and celebrate. But this year's homecoming festivities looked a lot different as...

The Final Question – The Vice Presidential Debate

WASHINGTON - The final question at the vice presidential debate came from someone who can’t vote, Utah 8th grader Brecklynn Brown. It was a surprise to Brown when moderator Susan Page ended the debate with Brown’s question: “When I watch the news all I see is arguing...

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