Graduation season is almost here and your teen may not know what they want to do with their future just yet. Choosing a college major is a huge and daunting experience and many people change majors in the midst of their college journey. If your kid is still struggling with the decision, here are a […]

Oh, Snap! Looks like Oprah’s bestie got a Lil Freak in her! Gayle King admitted that she did a nude photoshoot back in her college days. In all fairness, the photos were taken by her then-boyfriend who was a photographer and she has all the negatives. Smart Girl! Check Out Gayle speaking about the incident […]


For decades there’s been plenty of talk and multiple rumors regarding when or if black people would ever be adequately paid reparations for the evil manifested as slavery. Well, one New Jersey college has just made a huge multi-million-dollar commitment to pay what they feel is appropriate. According to CNN, the religious college Princeton Theological […]

Sasha Obama will be going to that team up north! The daughter of former POTUS Barack and Michelle Obama will be attending the University of Michigan. She was recently spotted at freshman orientation along with her personal security (Secret Agents). According to, a third-year film student from Redford, Zach Lassen, said,”“I was walking by […]


  Christopher ‘Ceezar’ Hearn is a Columbus native, currently living in Los Angeles after graduating from NYU in 2018. As a major contributor to the academic and creative communities of the city, he recently founded the Columbus College Fund, which focuses on providing resources for young people from these same communities. Whether in Columbus or […]


Regional campuses excited to hear the new to help their students with financial aid. The Ohio State University looks to expand financial aid services from its main campus to regional campuses.   The university looks to expand its program to help its 1,200 students in Lima, Mansfield, Marion and Newark campuses. The expansion will begin […]


On Friday, lawmakers in New York struck a budget deal that includes a provision to make public higher education tuition-free. After the deal, the state budget now includes the Excelsior Scholarship, an idea proposed by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo in January which covers tuition for any New Yorker accepted into a community college or public four-year university, […]


As March Madness kicked off on Thursday, the debate of if college players should get paid an annual salary to play sports still is being debated. The Huffington Post posted a poll on their website to see how people felt about collegiate athletes getting paid an $5,000 a year salary. The poll broke down the results […]

National Protests erupted at Oklahoma State University Monday after another student posed in blackface and posted the image to social media. It was the second time in a week that white students posed in blackface on social media. The first incident took place on Martin Luther King day. Last week, student Kandice Burgess apologized for […]


She will take a year off before beginning school in 2017. Ending months of speculation, the White House announced Sunday that Malia Obama will attend Harvard University. But the 17-year-old will not head directly to the university in Cambridge, Massachusetts after graduating from Sidwell Friends this spring, she “will take a gap year before beginning […]


The Crouch quadruplets are serving up Black History excellence for sure! Ray, Kenny, Carol and Martina Crouch have all been accepted in the Yale. According to the New York Times, the Crouches’ perfect batting average represents a first for Yale — the first time in anyone’s memory that it has offered admission to quadruplets. It […]