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Cheyney University, nation's oldest HBCU having trouble surviving
With just 746 students, Cheyney's enrollment now is less than half what it was when George was a student there.
That's one reason students, faculty and alumni fear their university -- the nation's oldest black institution of higher education -- may not have a future unless dramatic change happens.
Friday, March 10th 2017 at 7:14AM
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