Ahead of the HBCU Challenge in Las Vegas, sponsored by NBA All-Star Chris Paul, Lids hosted the four participating HBCU basketball teams (Norfolk State University, North Carolina A&T, Texas Southern University, and Hampton University) at a private event at its newest flagship store on the iconic Las Vegas Strip.
Posts tagged with "HBCU"
GM × BAMG – TDF
General Motors teams with Black Automotive Media Group for The Driving Force Internship Program at HBCU via 360 MAGAZINE
Travis Scott’s Cactus Jack Foundation Awards $1 Million to 100 Black College students
Travis Scott’s Waymon Webster Scholarships, Now in Their Second Year, Ensures Black Students Experiencing Last-Minute Financial Adversity Graduated From College – A Foundational Component of Scott’s Project HEAL Effort, Announced Earlier This Year.
Propel × BDHEA
The Propel Center, the global HBCU innovation and learning hub intended to level the playing field and open greater doors of opportunity for their students, announced the creation and launch of its Propel-BDHEA internships, a national program focused on select HBCU and other African American students interested in pursuing medical and related healthcare careers. The […]
Interview with Netta Walker
All-American: Homecoming, spinoff series to The CW’s hit sports drama All American, recently aired the first episodes. Up-and-coming actress Netta Walker plays a large role in the series. She talked with 360 about the role, her life, and her career as an actress. You can follow her on Instagram and Twitter, and you can find […]
Propel Student Impact Scholarships
The Propel Center, the global HBCU technology and learning hub, announced the launch of its Propel Student Impact Scholarships, with support from Apple and Southern Company. The new scholarship program, directed at HBCU students who are interested in pursuing careers in entrepreneurship, arts & entertainment, agri-tech, social justice, and health, is open to rising sophomores, […]
HBCU Cultural Heritage Stewardship
Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have been an integral part of our educational system in the United States. Originally being founded in the 1830s, HBCUs cultivate an environment that was long sought after to ensure educational equality. This nations HBCUs are full of the rich history of African American activism, and their campuses also […]
NBOTB: A Salute to the Battle
Webber Marketing (WM), creators of the National Battle of the Bands (NBOTB), releases a new documentary film titled: National Battle of the Bands: A Salute to the Battle. The film is presented by Pepsi Zero Sugar and will air throughout February in honor of Black History Month. The new film captures the essence and showcases […]
BAI Chair on Bomb Threats
The Chair of the Black AIDS Institute Grazell Howard released a statement regarding the bomb threats that have recently been made to HBCUs, or historically black colleges and universities. More than a dozen threats were made to schools such as Howard University, Southern University, Morgan State University, as well as many others. The police are […]
THE CW NETWORKS DEBUTS “MARCH”
From the CW Network comes the brand-new documentary series MARCH, that navigates through the journey of competitive HBCU band culture. MARCH directly follows the lives of varying band members and leaders that are a part of the Marching Storm, Prairie View A&M University’s Marching Band. The docu-series comes in eight parts, illustrating the efforts that […]