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Former Fulton County Superior Court Judge Marvin Arrington Sr. just wrote a check to his alma mater to the tune of $50,000. The 1963 Clark College graduate’s gift will establish the Judge Marvin Arrington Book Fund for African-American students pursuing an undergraduate degree from the Clark Atlanta University’s Whitney M. Young Jr. School of Social Work or an undergraduate degree in political science.

A student from Spelman College is one of 10 students from across the country selected as a 2016-2018 Andrew W. Mellon Undergraduate Curatorial Fellow at Atlanta's High Museum of Art. Kela Jackson is an art history major and African diaspora minor. The Mellon Fellowship aims to increase diversity at U.S. museums and supports Spelman's goal to help close the national diversity gap in the arts.

South Carolina Collaborative Undergraduate HBCU Student Summer Training partners the Medical University of South Carolina with students from South Carolina State, Claflin and Voorhees

Morehouse College Moot Court Team Makes History at National Competition First HBCU to win National Moot Court Competition