This should have been the simplest positive story of college football’s offseason. Hue Jackson, the former head coach of the NFL’s Oakland Raiders and Cleveland Browns, took over as coach at Grambling State University. It matters because Jackson, one of 24 black head coaches in NFL history, was stepping intoRead More →

The entrepreneur and college student just became the show’s youngest double winner February 10, 2022 05:53 LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – University of Nebraska-Lincoln student Colton Bridger Arias has become the youngest two-time ‘Forged in Fire’ winner. Arias, a 20-year-old junior at UNL, owns his own blacksmithing business which he startedRead More →

Junior management student and entrepreneur Colton Arias recently won the History Channel ‘Forged in Fire’ blacksmithing competition for a second time at age 20 – his youngest ever double winner. As a busy startup owner attending the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, he likes to build on the interest he first discoveredRead More →

Nicole Pierce (Morrison), a member of Boise State’s women’s golf team from 1992-1996, helped lay the foundation for the program. Pierce was a tri-sport athlete in high school, playing golf, soccer, and track and field. Ultimately, she chose to pursue golf at the college level, bringing her talents to Boise.Read More →

Jordan Walker and Lisette Hamilton, along with Lavanya Chopra of Bradford District High School, attending the February 22 event PRESS RELEASESIMCOE COUNTY HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION*************************The three winners of the Simcoe County Historical Association’s 2021 Andrew Hunter Award for Excellence in Historical Essay Writing will appear virtually on the evening of Tuesday,Read More →

Bernard F. Reilly, 96, a leading medieval history expert, activist professor at Villanova University and prolific award-winning writer, died Saturday, December 11 of congestive heart failure at his home in Broomall. Dr. Reilly was professor of history at Villanova from 1955 to 1992, and he taught courses and seminars onRead More →

JOHNSTOWN, Pennsylvania – When geologists want to study what the Earth looked like 350 million years or more ago, they come to Pennsylvania, said Stephen Lindberg, assistant professor of geology at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown. The southwest region of the state offers a distinct research opportunity. All ofRead More →

He spoke and wrote of African civilizations as infinitely varied ethical, philosophical and aesthetic systems. To capture their complexity and sophistication, he said, a “guerrilla scholarship” was needed that combined art history, anthropology, dance history, religious studies, sociology and ethnomusicology. This hybrid practice has taken him on several occasions outRead More →

Courtesy of AMC Courtney B. Vance returns to the courtroom for an all-new role. AMC has announcement that Vance will play a public defender in the upcoming courtroom drama 61st Street. The series, which comes from the BAFTA winner Pierre Moffat, follows Tosin Cole as Moses Johnson, a “promising blackRead More →