What Happens When Colleges Try to Define Trans Existence?
Morehouse College's decision to become the first all-male HBCU to admit trans men raises questions about how colleges will attempt to define transgender identity for its students.
Inside the Lives of White Students at Historically Black Colleges
“Oh man, so many stares.”
David J. Dent
What It's Like to Be a White Student at a Historically Black College
A white freshman at Atlanta's Morehouse College explains why it was the only school he applied to.
The Plot to Disrupt the NCAA with a Pay-for-Play HBCU Basketball League
The multibillion-dollar college sports industry exploits African-American athletes and has left historically black schools behind. Some people think there's a better way.
What It Means to Be a Drum Major: Watch a Clip of VICE Sports' New VICELAND Show
We trek down to Baton Rouge, Louisiana's Southern University to meet its baton flipping drum major.
The NCAA's Academic Progress Rate Punishes HBCUs More Than It Promotes Education
The NCAA's APR metric purportedly measures how well college athletes are performing in the classroom, but a closer look reveals more questions than answers.