NBC4 is proud to sponsor the second annual HBCU Classic For Columbus College Basketball All-Star Game and Celebrity Extravaganza.
A news conference was held Tuesday to announce new plans and events surrounding the 2023 All-Star Game that is set to take place on April 22 at the Schottenstein Center. You can watch the news conference in the video player above.
The mission is to promote education, economic development and diversity while raising funds for scholarships and institutions of higher learning. Last year’s inaugural game featured top players from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) vs. dynamic players from Ohio’s traditional universities and included a celebrity game at Nationwide Arena.
For the full NBC4 story click here
Get News & Exclusive Contest in Your Inbox:
- JT Shows Off Her Killer Style In A Spandex Poster Girl Look
- Everything We Know About The Irvo Otieno Case
- Vice President Kamala Harris Discusses Women’s History Month
- Mind, Body, Business: Assessing Your Health At Home
- Review: ‘John Wick 4’ Is An Entertaining, Gritty And Bloody Good Time
- H&M X Mugler’s Collection Is Fire!
- Beyonce Teams Up With Balmain’s Oliver Rousteing For ‘Renaissance Couture’ Wearable Album Collection
- Jade Cargill Proves That Beauty And Strength Go Beyond The Wrestling Ring
- Beauty Influencer Eni Popoola Was Forced To Choose Between Her Job At A Law Firm Or Her Lucrative Career As A Content Creator
- Bakari Sellers Joins Calls For US Government ‘To Act’ On Shanquella Robinson’s Death Case
Who Jumped Tekashi 6ix9ine? Tweet Claims IG Video Shows Name Of Man Stomping Rapper
REPORT: Sean Lampkin, Best Known as Nipsey on “Martin,” Dies at 54
Singer/Songwriter Bobby Caldwell Dies at 71
Famous Black People Who Have Died in 2022
Did You Know Ohio Had Sundown Towns?
Autopsy released for baby who died after Ohio Amber Alert
Spice Announces Her Third Pregnancy: ‘God Has Been So Good To Me!’
RIP: Famous Black People Who Died in 2023