Wiley College Welcomes the Queen
THIS IS WILEY COLLEGE the home of "The Great Debators" which was documentary film and the true story of Professor Melvin Tolson and the student debate team back in 1932 which was told and made by actor Denzel Washington.
Dallas Morning News
Louis A. Bedford, Jr., Dallas County's first black judge, died April 10, 2014, on his 88th birthday after a long battle with prostate cancer.
Anderson departs, leaves legacy behind
After years of hard work and contribution to Contra Costa College, which have led to the success of the speech department, Dr. Connie Anderson will be stepping down to retire from her position in June.
Wiley College Forensics Team wins National Championship
New research shows lack of sleep due to shift work is causing irreversible brain damage.
Black Kos, Week In Review
Walter McAfee in Ore City, Texas, attended public schools in Marshall, Texas, graduating high school with honors.
The Afro American Newspaper
Hollywood legend and philanthropist Dr. William "Bill" Cosby Jr.
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, PA Hollywood legend and philanthropist Dr. William "Bill" Cosby Jr. is encouraging corporations, foundations, churches, the general public as well as alumni, faculty and staff of The Lincoln University to support the university's first-ever $10 million Students First Campaign.