On the Yard: A Look at the Biggest News From HBCUs in 2013

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  • On the Yard: A Look at the Biggest News From HBCUs in 2013
  • A Band Returns at Florida A&M
  • A College’s Art Collection Leaves Campus
  • A Dismissal and Reversal at Morgan State
  • Obama Speaks at Morehouse’s Commencement
  • Rudy Crew Returns to New York and Medgar Evers
  • A Football Team Revolt at Grambling
  • A Top Spot for Spelman College
  • HBCUs Come to the Big Apple
  • Hampton Boasts a Rhodes Scholar Finalist
  • New Scholarly Journals at Two Colleges
  • Troubles at Howard

On the Yard: A Look at the Biggest News From HBCUs in 2013

From the return of the prestigious FAMU band and a boycott by Grambling football players to the naming of a Rhodes Scholar finalist at Hampton, 2013 has been an eventful year for the nation’s historically Black colleges.

— By Jonathan P. Hicks (@HicksJonathan)

(Photo: Tom Young/GettyImages)

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