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Photo Collage: Helping Students Navigate Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Updated: Nov 6, 2023

By Brooklyn Toney--Eagle Staff Writer

On February 18, the Harrison Museum of African American Culture in Roanoke held its fourth annual Historically Black College and University Fair. Several HBCUs across the country came together to prepare students for the next step after high school. The fair gave opportunities to students who did not have direct access to such resources. Students were also offered the chance of on-site acceptance to some of the colleges. A number of Eagles attended the event through Shades of Red to learn more about the unique legacy and offerings of HBCUs.

The representatives of North Carolina A&T were seen showing off their Aggie Pride. (Photo by Brooklyn Toney)

Hampton University flaunted its mighty shade of blue with its mascot, the Pirate. (Photo by Brooklyn Toney)

Spelman displayed a school magazine of one of its very notable alumna, Georgia politician Stacey Abrams. (Photo by Brooklyn Toney)

Spelman's table showcased distinguished alumnae through its Alumnae Directories. (Photo by Brooklyn Toney)

Virginia State University flourished with its table displaying its vibrant school colors. (Photo by Brooklyn Toney)

Via College of Osteopathic Medicine opens the door to future medical students. (Photo taken by Brooklyn Toney)

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