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What has President Obama done for Blacks?

What has President Obama done for Blacks?

Sep. 20 |   Affordable Care Act, HBCU investment top some advocates’ lists By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   Since Barack Obama took office four years ago as the first Black president in U.S. history, he has been criticized by many Blacks for...

Can Blacks return to baseball  as ‘the national pastime’?

Can Blacks return to baseball as ‘the national pastime’?

Feb. 15 |     MLB is trying hard to make it happen   An annual round-robin collegiate baseball tournament featuring Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) will take place this weekend in Houston, Texas. Alabama State, Grambling...

Hazing or hate crime?  Sexual orientation could be motive in HBCU student’s death

Hazing or hate crime? Sexual orientation could be motive in HBCU student’s death

Feb. 1 |     Robert Champion, Jr.’s murder may never be solved. Those who struck the fatal blows may never disclose whether they used the guise of hazing as an accidental homicide to cover up an intended hate crime. Champion was an unusual student...

Leah Cotton: Gopher guard has junior-year growing pains

Leah Cotton: Gopher guard has junior-year growing pains

Feb. 1 |     It is known as a sophomore slump when a second-year player struggles, but thus far there is no known term when this occurs during a player’s third season. Call it what you want, but this is what U-M junior guard Leah Cotton currently...