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Miles College Cancels $3.9M in Loans for Students Enrolled in Spring...

The Birmingham Times Miles College announced Tuesday that it would cancel $3.9 million in federal student loans for all full-time students enrolled in the Spring...

Howard University Reaches Agreement, Ending 34 Days of Student Protest

Liann Herder diverseeducation.com Students at Howard University have reached an agreement with the administration, ending 34 days of occupied protest at the Blackburn Multipurpose Center on...

National Wildlife Federation Continues to Build UP Birmingham students

By NWF Environmental Justice Team Build UP and the National Wildlife Federation celebrated another successful Green Summer Work Experience with students. Invited to Birmingham by...

Parker High School Principal Talks Back to School and $250 for...

By Haley Wilson The Birmingham Times A.H. Parker High School has been thoroughly involved when it comes to slowing down the spread of COVID. The high...

COVID-19 Vaccinations Available on Wed. at Huffman High

bhm.k12.al.us Birmingham City Schools and Alabama Regional Medical Services (ARMS) will offer COVID-19 vaccinations at Huffman High School on Wednesday, June 9, from 9 a.m....

Birmingham Promise tuition program to receive $8M from these area corporations

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Birmingham Promise, which provides funds for tuition and work experience for city students, will receive $8 million in donations from...

Condoleezza Rice Inspires, Challenges Birmingham Students

By Jeremy King doingmoretoday.com There are three ways to deal with barriers. Go around them. Go over them. Or, if you have to, just go right through...

Statewide coalition to end student hunger in Alabama awarded $500,000 grant

By Shannon Thomason UAB News Ten Alabama universities including the University of Alabama at Birmingham, working to ensure all students have access to affordable, nourishing food, have...

Students Help Preserve Historic Tuskegee Buildings

BlackPressUSA Kayla Heard of Mobile went to Tuskegee University to study architecture. Now in her third year, she has developed a passion and career interest...

Students Say They Will Miss Dr. French — A Shining Light...

By Ameera Steward The Birmingham Times At most institutions of higher education, students never see in person or meet the school’s president. Not at Miles College....

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