May 16, 2018 • Article

Howard University Gallery of Art Offered Timeless Artwork from Corcoran Gallery of Art Collection

When the Corcoran Gallery of Art closed its doors in 2014, as one of the oldest privately supported cultural institutions in Washington, the gallery’s Board of Trustees committed itself to preserving the Corcoran legacy by allowing nearly all of the Corcoran’s total art collection to remain in the city. The Howard University Gallery of Art recently received an offer from the Corcoran Gallery of Art to accept several works of art, previously showcased in former gallery along 17th Street Northwest. 

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2 Rhodes Scholars, 3 Trumans, 1 Marshall, 30 Fulbrights and 11 Pickering Fellows since 1998.
May 16, 2018 • Article

Howard University Graduate and Former Bison Football Player Leland Lassiter Receives Distinguished Reginald F. Lewis Prize

Leland Lassiter, a Baltimore native and graduate of Howard University’s College of Arts and Sciences, is the recipient of the 2018 Reginald F. Lewis prize, a monetary gift to the student who demonstrates the most improvement in his/her cumulative grade point average from their sophomore to senior year. Lassiter says he wasn’t expecting the news he received, last week as he prepared for Commencement.

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May 15, 2018 • Article

Howard University Pharmacy Students to Participate in Innovative Exchange Program with University of Wyoming

The Health Equity Leadership Program is geared toward challenging students to get “outside of their comfort zone” to learn first-hand about both urban and rural healthcare access and equity issues.

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May 12, 2018 • Press Release

Chadwick Boseman Commends Graduates on Making it to the Top of the Hilltop at Historic Howard University Commencement

Howard University alumnus and award-winning actor Chadwick Boseman spoke to graduates about the significance of making it to the top of the Hilltop during the Howard University 2018 Commencement Convocation.  In front of an audiences of more than 8,000 family and friends, Boseman encouraged the graduates to not only exceed in their next steps, but also strive to achieve their life’s purpose.

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May 10, 2018 • Article

Howard University Volleyball Set to Become First HBCU to Take an International Tour

Howard University women's volleyball team is making history as it heads to Africa for the team's international debut. With its exceptional academic and athletic achievements, the 11-time MEAC champions are traveling overseas to expand on their success.

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May 9, 2018 • Article

Local Businesses Offering Discounts to Howard University Students During Commencement Weekend

Ahead of Howard University’s Commencement Ceremony Saturday, several local businesses are congratulating graduates and their families with discounted prices on services and products, throughout the weekend.

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We produce more on-campus African-American Ph.D. recipients than any other university in the U.S.
May 8, 2018 • Press Release

Howard University and Corvias Renovate and Open East Tower Residence Hall Ahead of Schedule

Today, Howard University and its private sector partner, Corvias, announced the completion of the University’s residence hall, the East Tower, three and a half months earlier than anticipated. The completion of the East Tower was the second phase of a two-part, comprehensive renovation to revamp two University residence halls, the Howard Plaza Towers East and West. 

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May 8, 2018 • Article

Howard University Alumna Phelisha Midy Realizes Foreign Service Ambitions with Payne Fellowship Award

Midy's ambitions had their start with campus organizing for Haitian earthquake relief and Alternative Spring Break volunteer projects.

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