The fictional MIT student gets portrayed by real MIT students in a fan film. Continue reading MIT Students Give Us Our First Cinematic Look At Riri Williams, Marvel’s New Iron Man
Wells Fargo announces $100,000 scholarship fund for diverse business owners to attend Tuck School of Business Minority Business Programs. Continue reading Wells Fargo and Tuck Announce Scholarship Program for Diverse Businesses
Chance the Rapper‘s recent million-dollar donation to Chicago public schools has inspired stars beyond rap. Seattle Seahawks star Michael Bennett recently vowed to donate his 2017 endorsement money to the community. Continue reading Seahawks Star Michael Bennett Follows Chance the Rapper’s Lead in Helping the Youth
The thing about writing about the first gay man to play in the NFL, or the first Black man to play professional baseball, or the first person of any group to do anything, is that there’s rarely just one “first.” Continue reading Laverne Cox Just Shattered Another Major Barrier
By Maria Alexandra Bujor
An MBA, or a Master of Business Administration, is a very hot topic nowadays. Is this just a trend, a trifle, or is there real value in pursuing an MBA? It is expensive and demanding and it has high entry requirements, so why should you opt for an MBA?
Continue reading 5 Great Reasons to Get an MBA
Twenty years ago, Stephanie Johnson became the first black female pilot for Northwest Airlines. Continue reading Delta Airlines Has Its First Black Female Captain
Campus’s highest honor will be bestowed at Lauds & Laurels awards ceremony. Continue reading Former Chancellor Michael Drake and Brenda Drake to receive 2017 UCI Medal
After a disappointing meeting with Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner last Friday to discuss recently announced cuts to school funding, Chance the Rapper has decided to address the issue himself.
This past Sunday, the 89th Annual Academy Awards did more than award great films and acting, it also celebrated diversity, technological innovation, as well as the power of strong mentorship. Continue reading The Oscars Makes Strides in Diversity and Technological Advancement
Wells Fargo announced on Tuesday a $60 billion lending commitment to create at least 250,000 African American homeowners by 2027, directly addressing the lower homeownership rates in the African American community. Continue reading Wells Fargo commits $60B lending goal toward African American Homeownership
On Wednesday, Oscar-nominated director Ava DuVernay is hosting a 12-hour conversation — or “Rebel-a-Thon” — on Twitter, with nearly 30 female filmmakers using the hashtag #ArrayToday to celebrate the start of Women’s History Month. Array is DuVernay’s independent film collective. Continue reading For Women’s History Month, Ava DuVernay is highlighting female filmmakers on Twitter
Viola Davis is set to add another honor to her extensive list of wins. According to The Root, the How to Get Away with Murder actress will accept the Harvard Foundation’s “Artist of the Year” medal at the 32nd annual Cultural Rhythms Festival in Memorial Hall’s Sanders Theatre on March 4. Continue reading Viola Davis Crowned Harvard Artist Of The Year