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Howard University Sesquicentennial
Howard University 150th Essay Contest WinnerRead More
LeDroit Park Health Fair
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A Legacy of Protest and Struggle for Progress
The Time is Always Now
Celebrating 150 Years of Excellence in Truth & Service.Learn More
A Message from President FrederickRead his letter
Telling our Story
Read about our continuing legacy in the Howard Magazine.Read More
Celebrate Howard’s Past, Present and Future
As we reflect on our storied past, we're planning for the future.Learn More
150 Years of Excellence in Truth & ServiceLearn More
Fact of the Day
The Peace Corps ranked Howard University first on the 2017 list of top volunteer-producing Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
Sesquicentennial - A Celebration
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“The Time is Always Now”, is the theme for this year’s 150th events. For Howard, these are the moments when we overcome challenges, recognize opportunities and build the future. To act, learn, give, serve and excel—at Howard the time has always been, and will always be, now.”Get Social!
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Get the Facts
Learn more about Howard University history. A new fact each day.Read More
June 13, 2017 • Article
The “Policing Inside-Out: Building Trust Through Transformative Education” experiential learning model, which includes law enforcement and the Washington, D.C.
May 10, 2017 • Article
When Andrew Long graduates from Howard University on May 14, he will have accomplished a major win as a screenwriter. Long, who will graduate from the Cathy Hughes School of Communications with a Bachelor of Arts in media, journalism and film.
May 10, 2017 • Article
Life has taught Kiana Knolland that she must “boldly and confidently occupy any space that you find yourself in.” The 21-year-old native of Wichita, Kansas, will graduate with cum laude honors from Howard University’s Cathy Hughes School of Comm
Respecting the Black Family Story
Don Graves Sr. chronicles his great-grandfather's journey to becoming a ‘striver, pioneer and righteous Black rebel.’View Article
By Word of Mouth
A story of the U.S. internment of Japanese-Americans, unexpected educational paths and how dignity was taken, given and retained.View Article
150 Years of Architectural Inspiration
Alumni leave their footprints on the National Museum of African American History and Culture.View Article
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