Dr. Zachery Williams, an associate professor of history at the University of Akron, is in the final stages of launching what some are affectionately calling “college in the hood.”
SACS removes Fisk from probation and lifts Florida A&M’s warning status, clearing the universities’ paths to continue rebuilding their brands.
This month, people receiving SNAP assistance saw benefit cuts, just in time for Thanksgiving; and, some will face Christmas with the threat their unemployment benefits will end Dec. 31.
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Veteran higher education leader, Dr. Wesley McClure, president of Lane College for two decades and a past national chair of the National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education (NAFEO), died earlier this month after a short illness.
While this year’s IMG Intercollegiate Athletics Forum was vastly less explosive than last year’s, the pressing issues remain unchanged.
Pay Gains for Young Women; Inequality Still Seen
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