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Why Words Matter

A Howard University researcher highlights the experiences and mental health of Black women and girls through their K-12 education.

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Being Black with ADHD

For Black families with the neurodevelopment disorder, unique challenges emerge.

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Howard Heads to Art Basel

The fine arts department returned with the intention of representing HBCUs and a vision to serve as a bulwark for the role of Black art institutions during Art Basel and beyond. 

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The Power of Words

Comms specialist Robin V. Harris cuts through the noise to establish impactful stories.

Roger Fairfax

Roger A. Fairfax, Jr. Named New Dean of Howard University School of Law

Fairfax is a prominent legal scholar, educator, and nationally recognized expert on criminal justice and diversity in the legal profession.

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Simulation and Clinical Skills Center Celebrates Major Milestones as Its Vision Comes to Fruition.

From humble beginnings, the center has grown into an integral campuswide resource, a vital Black voice and a global leader.

Nic Askew on side of swimming pool at Howard

Howard’s Director of Swimming and Diving Nicholas Askew Honored as Pathfinder Award Recipient

Askew is a three-time conference Coach of the Year and an inductee to the Howard University Athletic Hall of Fame.

Taylor Collins-Headley

Creating Second Chances for Incarcerated Women and Girls

As an organization that focuses solely on the needs of women and girls, especially those who have experienced incarceration, the Thurman Perry Foundation aims to prioritize, dignify and compensate those formerly incarcerated as a sensitive population.

Fred Irby with group from Howard receives plaque

Fred Irby Leads Howard Jazz for 50 Years

Howard's jazz ensemble founder will retire at the end of this school year.

Su Yan by his work station

Recreating Errors for Research

Technological devices meant to simplify tasks sometimes stop working – and for seemingly no reason. Through simulations, Professor Su Yan is researching how to streamline finding the root cause.