How extreme weather disproportionately affects communities of color.
Howard University is the only HBCU left with a Division I swimming and diving program, leaving the team with a responsibility to do more than just win competitions —it has to win over more African Americans to the sport.Read Story
Letter from the Editor
In the Fall, our editorial team here in the Office of University Communications received exciting news: the magazine had been nominated for four Folio magazine awards.
Howard alumni at the FBI make it their duty to protect the country and invoke change.
Howard University is the only HBCU left with a Division I swimming and diving program, leaving the team with a responsibility to do more than just win competitions —it has to win over more African Americans to the sport.
The new Chadwick A. Boseman College of Fine Arts ushers in a new era of Howard talent.
As a flagship in the flotilla of historically Black colleges and universities, Howard attracts an excess of attention, from within and from outside the African American community. It is our responsibility to raise the banner of Black excellence ever higher so that it is easier to see and impossible to deny.Read President Frederick’s Letter
School of Business Professor Doubles Down on Prepping More Black Men for Computing Careers
Alicia J. Petersen, PhD
Christa Beverly (BA ’83)