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Howard University School of Law has long broken barriers by ushering black alumni into the judiciary.
When it comes to training and preparing greats in the arts, Howard is no stranger.
With HBCUs and social justice having always marched to the same tune, students sound off from their perspective.
There is no doubt historically Black colleges and universities play a major role in American history.
For some black families, carrying on the generational tradition of attending an HBCU is a no-brainer.
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Keija Minor (J.D. ’99) A day without Howard is a day without Keija Minor, the first African-American to hold the editor-in-chief title with Condé Nast since its inception in 1909. Specifically, for...

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Howard Magazine decided to dedicate an entire issue to highlighting HBCU Excellence.

 

 

 

“There is never time in the future
in which we will work out our salvation.
The challenge is in the moment;
the time is always now.”

— James Baldwin

 

Join Us as We
Celebrate 150 Years of
Excellence in Truth & Service

Faithful to the Task at Hand
Faithful to the Task at Hand (SUNY Press), by Carroll L.L. Miller (B.A. ’29, M.A. ’30) and Anne S. Pruitt-Logan (B.S. ’...
Ali and Miracle Roberts
Ali Roberts (B.A. '98)  Special Agent, Department of Justice Miracle Roberts (B.B.A. '02)  Chief Financial Officer,...

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“Connecting You to HU” is our goal. Howard alumni truly define this university and reinforce the powerful legacy that is our alma mater.