Clark Atlanta University

Tailgating, a nice turn-up, a football win… these are some of the essential ingredients of a perfect HBCU homecoming.  So said students at Morehouse and…

Nothing beats homecoming weekend at a historically black college or university, but whose school has the best? Is it the Marching 100 down in Tallahassee,…

Kenyon Strozier, 37, a security guard at Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta’s prestigious Atlanta University Center, was arrested on peeping Tom charges on June 25 after he was…

The Mass Media Arts Department at Clark Atlanta University (CAU) has formally adopted an academic internship program facilitated by the African American Film Critics Association (AAFCA) to train future journalists in the film and entertainment industry.  Beginning this fall 2013 semester, the program, available only to junior and senior level students, represents the first academic […]

By Raynard Jackson, NNPA Columnist: I was flipping through the TV channels last week and came across one of Spike Lee’s best movies, School Daze.  This was…

The Democratic National Committee and Obama for America hosted an HBCU Summit to encourage young adults to head to the polls in November in support of President Barack Obama. The event took place on February 21, in the Henderson Student Center of Clark Atlanta University, one of the prestigious institutions in the Atlanta University Center, […]

AJC columnist Cynthia Tucker is reporting that Clark Atlanta University president Walter Broadnax made $1 million while the historically black institution was in financial trouble. Says Tucker: When Walter Broadnax took the helm of one of Atlanta’s historically black colleges — Clark Atlanta University — in 2002, the school, he said, was in financial trouble. […]

VIA: AJC.com A Fulton County jury found Devonni Manuel “Devo” Benton guilty of murder and two counts of aggravated assault Saturday in the September shooting that killed Spelman College sophomore Jasmine Lynn. Benton, 21, was sentenced to a life sentence plus 25 years for the random killing along with a weapons possession charge. In Georgia, […]

VIA: AJC.com The fate of Devonni “Devo” Benton, accused of murder in the September shooting death of Spelman student Jasmine Lynn, is now in the hands of a Fulton County jury. Before Fulton Superior Court Judge T. Jackson Bedford Jr. released the jurors, they heard final arguments calling for them to either convict Benton or […]

VIA: AJC.com Today was the start of the murder trial of Devonni Manuel Benton, who is accused of fatally shooting Spelman College sophomore Jasmine Lynn in the early hours of Sept. 3 as she walked past a fight on the Clark Atlanta campus. Benton wore a black pin-striped suit as he listened to Fulton County […]

VIA: AOL Black Voices The American Association of University Professors (AAUP) has written a scathing report about Clark Atlanta University’s decision to fire nearly one-fourth of its full-time faculty members one year ago. The controversy started when the school suddenly terminated 55 of its faculty members, allegedly without giving much notice. According to the report […]

VIA: AJC.com The parents of a dead Spelman College sophomore want Clark Atlanta University to pay them for pain and suffering they and their daughter suffered after the 19-year-old woman was hit by a stray bullet while walking on the CAU campus. Constance Franklin and Clint Ronald Lynn, parents of Jasmine Lynn, filed a lawsuit […]