Alum Gear Up For Rally To Pressure Gov. Wolf To Save CheyneyAlumni from Cheyney University are gearing up for a rally to show Governor Tom Wolf they're serious about saving their beloved alma mater.
Cheyney U. In Recovery Mode After Losing Half Of Student BodyStudent enrollment at Cheyney University has declined by 50-percent over the last five years.
Cheyney University’s Financial Woes Getting WorseFinancially beleaguered Cheyney University is facing another crisis.
Cheyney U. Dorm Fire Being Called ArsonA fire at a dorm at Delaware County's Cheyney University Sunday morning is now being called an arson.
Group Says Cheyney University Underfunding is Result of Racial Discrimination"We're one of 14 state institutions owned by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and Cheyney from the very beginning has been treated like a stepchild," says Michael Coard, a 1982 Cheyney alumnus who is one of several attorneys representing plaintiffs in the civil rights lawsuit.
Philadelphia Area Remembers Impact of Maya Angelou, Dead at 86Mayor Michael Nutter called Dr. Maya Angelou "America's poet -- a woman whose light will be missed."
Cheyney University Cancels Friday Classes Due To Water Main BreakThe University says campus water service will remain shut off in certain areas while repairs take place, and service will be restored as soon as possible.
Cheyney University Rep Explains Why School Is Bringing Controversial Civil Rights Activist To CampusDom Giordano talked to Dr. Tara Kent from Cheyney University Thursday on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about an appearance at the school from Angela Davis.
Cheyney University Seeks To Renew Discrimination Lawsuit Against CommonwealthThe suit claims the state discriminates against Black colleges when distributing state funds.
Local Non-Profit Awards Scholarships To Young Social ActivistsThe Hardy Williams Education Fund awarded scholarships to six students in Philadelphia interested in careers in government, law or social action.
Far-Flung Pa. State Universities Expanding Center City Philadelphia PresenceFour of Pennsylvania's state universities are joining forces to offer classes and degree programs in center city Philadelphia, and there was a ribbon-cutting Monday for the so-called "Multi-University."