Chattanooga Times Free Press: Historically black colleges work to help students amid coronavirus

Chattanooga Times Free Press: Historically black colleges work to help students amid coronavirus. “It is a perilous time for the nation’s historically black colleges and universities, which have long struggled with less funding and smaller endowments than their predominantly white peers and are now dealing with the financial challenges of the coronavirus. HBCUs have the added challenge of educating a large population of low-income and first-generation students who now need more help than ever.”

The Digital Library of Georgia: Digitized newspapers from Atlanta University Center colleges now available on the Georgia Historic Newspapers Archive web site

The Digital Library of Georgia: Digitized newspapers from Atlanta University Center colleges now available on the Georgia Historic Newspapers Archive web site . “The Digital Library of Georgia (DLG) is pleased to announce that, in conjunction with the Atlanta University Center (AUC) Robert W. Woodruff Library, several student newspapers from Spelman College, Atlanta Clark University, and Morris Brown College are now available for viewing at the Georgia Historic Newspapers web site…”

DigitalNC: More issues of The AC Phoenix are available on DigitalNC

DigitalNC: More issues of The AC Phoenix are available on DigitalNC. “Forty-five additional issues of The AC Phoenix are now available thanks to our partner, N.C. A&T University. These additions, from 1990 to 2006, share more news from North Carolina’s Triad region and beyond for readers. Based in Winston-Salem, The AC Phoenix provides an invaluable resource for Triad African American communities and has been an institution in the region since Rodney Sumler founded the paper in 1983.”

DigitalNC: Commencement programs and other select materials from Shaw University now available online at DigitalNC

DigitalNC: Commencement programs and other select materials from Shaw University now available online at DigitalNC. “A new batch of materials documenting the history of Shaw University, a historically black liberal arts institution in Raleigh, NC, are now online and available for use at DigitalNC.”