It is successor to THE BLACK COLLEGIAN Magazine, which concludes its 40th anniversary publishing year in a web-only format at THE BLACK COLLEGIAN Online (www.
What does TBC stand for?
TBC stands for The Black Collegian (magazine)
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- The Banana Convention (band)
- The Basement Crew (gaming)
- The Beautiful Company (UK)
- The Beginning Chronicles
- The Beloved Community (various locations)
- The Berean Call (ministry)
- The Best Clan (gaming clan)
- The Big Cheese
- The Big Corporation (game company; Hungary)
- The Birth Center (Bryn Mawr, PA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Forty years ago THE BLACK COLLEGIAN Magazine was started to help Black collegians prepare to enter the workforce - to help them navigate an alien land where the norms and rules were vastly different from what many of them were accustomed to.
From: THE BLACK COLLEGIAN December/January 1979 James Baldwin, like an Old Testament prophet whose insistent voice refuses to fall silent, has been one of this country's most persistent witnesses.
This magazine was originally envisioned as a special commemorative edition of THE BLACK COLLEGIAN Magazine.
From: THE BLACK COLLEGIAN Second Semester 1998 The enduring recorded voice of Paul Robeson had a profound effect on American culture for three decades the 1920s, the 1930s and the 1940s.
26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Harris Corporation , an international communications and information technology company, has been recognized for the third consecutive year by THE BLACK COLLEGIAN magazine as a Top 100 Employer.
My conversations with a few scholars who know much about Southern and African-American literature have revealed, not surprisingly, that they know little about the work that Kalamu ya Salaam has produced since the late 1960s, the importance of his role as editor of the Black Collegian (1970-1983), or the relationship of his ideological positions to his exploring the aesthetic possibilities of genre.
com, The Black Collegian, and mentioned in the Princeton Review's "Best Entry-level Jobs" guidebook.