The HBCU graduates from express their gratitude for -- and their memories of -- President Barack Obama.
The group unites to give back to the community and hold a voter registration drive in Harlem. Can they pull it off and successfully work together?
The group comes together to discuss their community service project idea but things quickly get heated between Ian and Kian.
Some members of the group question if they are living in their true purpose. Herman connects with his mentor to discuss his career and get advice. Emilee meets with her mentees.
Herman and Kian meet to shop and discuss Kian’s upcoming book. They both open up about their relationship with their fathers.
Kian is reeling from recent news and the four HBCU graduates ponder ways they can make an impact.
In light of recent shootings, the four HBCU graduates discuss the Black Lives Matter movement.
Kian and Chasity dive more into the 'marriage and money' discussion, and Brittney and Ian ponder their love lives.
The six HBCU grads celebrate Kian's wedding. Will Chasity ruffle feathers with her approach to how money works in a marriage?
How did attending an HBCU get graduate Chasity Logan ready for professional life in New York City?
Who's the comedian of these six HBCU grads? The sweetheart? The troublemaker? Get the scoop.
What will viewers see on "The Graduates NYC" on ASPiRE? HBCU grads Herman and Emilee fill you in.
What will viewers see on "The Graduates NYC" on ASPiRE? HBCU grads Chasity and Kian give you an inside look.
What will viewers see on "The Graduates NYC" on ASPiRE? HBCU grads Brittney and Ian offer their take.
Preview the new series "The Graduates NYC" that airs during halftime of live HBCU football games on ASPiRE!
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