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PVAMU Alumnus and Tuskegee Airman, Robert T. McDaniel ’49 and ’52, dies at 96

Robert T. McDaniel '49 and '52 earned both a bachelor’s and master’s of science at Prairie View A&M and became a teacher, counselor, coach, and principal in Fort Worth ISD schools. Many of his students never knew what a giant stood before them, of his pioneering role in World War II and in the civil [...]

Before Kapernick there was Clem Daniels ’59 of Prairie View A&M

Did you know that a Prairie View A&M graduate was successful in leading the 1965 American Football League All-Star Game boycott? Did you also know that same graduate defended a legendary film star known as “The Hammer?” Today, we pay homage to Prairie View Hall of Famer and former AFL standout Clem Daniels '59. Clem [...]

PVAMU alumnus Jaffus Hardrick ’93 appointed interim president of Florida Memorial University

South Florida’s only historically black college and university will soon be under new leadership. The Board of Trustees of Florida Memorial University (FMU) announced the appointment of PVAMU alumnus Jaffus Hardrick '93 to serve as the university’s interim president. Hardrick, who currently serves as an administrative official with Florida International University (FIU), will assume his [...]

PVAMU wins 2019 SWAC Women’s Bowling Championship

Prairie View A&M went the distance to win their fourth Southwestern Athletic Conference Women’s Bowling Championship title Sunday at the International Training and Research Center. The championship match was taped for broadcast on ESPNU and will air March 31 at 10:30 p.m. Eastern.

PVAMU Women’s Basketball eliminated by Texas Christian in WNIT

The Lady Panthers end the postseason with a loss in Fort Worth, Texas against Texas Christian University (TCU) in the Women's National Invitation Tournament's first round.  The final score in the matchup was 41 - 72. The Lady Panthers had a phenomenal season finishing 13-5 in conference play and 20-12 for the entire 2018-2019 season, [...]

PVAMU Men’s Basketball fall to Fairleigh Dickinson in First Four NCAA Tournament nail biter

Though Prairie View (22-13) was the better team over the first 20 minutes, hitting 8-of-12 attempts from 3-point range and forcing 10 turnovers, FDU (21-13) wasn’t going away. Edge wouldn’t allow it. He scored 18 of his game-high 33 points before halftime, giving the Knights momentum with a big 3-pointer at the end of the [...]

PVAMU Men’s Basketball headed to NCAA Tournament, after 21 years

Gary Blackston and Dennis Jones scored 17 points apiece to lead six Prairie View A&M players in double figures and the Panthers beat Texas Southern 92-86 on Saturday night in the Southwestern Athletic Conference Tournament championship game. Prairie View earned its second NCAA Tournament berth and first since 1998. Gerard Andrus had 12 points, Taishaun [...]

Daquan Martell Ramey Memorial Service

Prairie View A&M University is mourning the loss of student Daquan Martell (Quan) Ramey, who passed away on March 12, 2019. Daquan, a sophomore majoring in Business, was a native of Heidelberg, Germany but spent his formative years in Killeen, Texas. Daquan was the son of Robert and Euphemia (step mom) Ramey and Garrick (step [...]

PVAMU Part of Google’s Tech Exchange Program in Silicon Valley

This spring, a group juniors from Prairie View A&M University’s computer science program is taking part in Google’s Tech Exchange program in Mountain View, California. Shane May-Gunlogson, Kayla R. Butler, and Devyn I. Allen are among over 60 students selected to sharpen their skills living and studying on Google’s main campus. The year-long initiative brings [...]

PVAMU wins HBCU Battle of the Brains during SXSW

Prairie View A&M University Panthers won this year's HBCU Battle of the Brains competition in Austin on March 10, 2019, during South by Southwest (SXSW). PVAMU’s team conquered well-known HBCU rivalries battling it out, winning $25,000 – and bragging rights. The event's mission is to promote the talented business and STEM students within the African American [...]