CampusLATELY Entrepreneur Series



Our mission is to support and promote our community. CampusLATELY features premier business, artist, and authors. We are supporters of small and black-owned businesses. If you are an entrepreneur with a business or brand and want to be featured on CampusLATELY email us at contact@campuslately.com

Former Miss Southern University and CEO of ‘We Are Educated’ Ayanna Spivey Dedicates Her 26th Birthday To Raising HBCU Scholarship Funds

We Are Educated, LLC is a nonprofit organization that strives to preserve the legacy and heritage of HBCUs by inspiring the youth and elevating the African American community through service…

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The #1 Networking Experience For Millennial Brands #BYOBRETREAT

This past weekend thousands of creators traveled to D.C., Memorial weekend, to attend the first annual Build Your Own Brand Retreat #byobretreat. This group of melanin poppin young entrepreneurs, developers…

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Meet Erica Hughes HBCU Grad, Lawyer, Member of Delta Sigma Theta and Harris County Next Judge

  Meet Harris County’s Next Judge: Erica Hughes, Harris County Criminal Court at Law #3 Erica Hughes has always had a passion to serve others and her community. She knew…

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Spelman Alum Opens Her Second Chick-Fil-A, At 26

Spelman Alum is set to open her Second Chick-Fil-A. We reported on her last year when she opened her first store. But her Chick-fil-A story started many years before: Lamothe…

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21-Year-Old College Student Opens Her Own Vegan Restaurant In Brooklyn #blackgirlmagic

The 21-year-old entrepreneur officially opened her vegan restaurant Sol Sips April 5 in her beloved Brooklyn. What started off as a temporary pop-up shop, now has become a full-fledged restaurant…

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Changing The Narrative Of The HBCU Experience

Why is it that when a person, normally black, gets accepted to an Ivy League it goes viral? Why is that when they then graduate from the school they are…

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Grambling State Alum and Entrepreneur Kaeyla Boyd Creates Inspiring Clothing Brand Cultural Threads

GSU graduate, Kaeyla Boyd, creates inspiring clothing brand Cultural Threads, for culturally conscious minds aiming to educate and promote positivity through fashionable street-wear. After contemplating on creating her own brand for years…

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Dee-1, Hip-Hop Artist at HBCU Prairie View A&M University Collegiate Marketing Conference

S/o to @dee1music for showing love to our Group. Definitely left some wise words that will stick. CHECK OUT his new project, ‘SlingShot David’‼️ (All platforms) A post shared by…

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Meet Jillian “JJ” Simmons: Speaker For The First Annual Black Collegiate Marketing Conference

Since its existence, radio has been a way to unite people worldwide.  By simply turning on a radio you are surrounded by sound waves that can keep you updated on…

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Meet Jonathan Rabb The CEO of WatchTheYard

For many college campuses, the yard is where everything goes down. It’s more than just the central spot on campus and acts as the glue that holds everything together. There…

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