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Here are some of the key stories in higher education this week reported by Diverse:

Poll: Minorities More Likely to Say College Degree is Key to Success

Winston-Salem State Moves on to Playoffs as Fight Investigations Continue

New SCSU President Tackles Enrollment, Financial Challenges

Proposal to Disband UDC Sports Teams Delayed

NY College Students Begin Applying for Free Tuition Program ALBANY, N.Y. — New York state has begun accepting applications for its new tuition-free college program. More than 3,000 people signed up for the Excelsior scholarship Wednesday, the first day the applications were available. They’ll be accepted t...
Yale Removes Slave Proponent’s Name from Residence Hall After a wave of student protests, Yale University announced over the weekend that it would remove the name of John C. Calhoun—a Yale alumnus—who was a proponent of slavery, from an undergraduate residence hall. Yale’s president, Dr. Peter Salovey ...
Costs of College Meal Plans Getting Tougher to Swallow WELLESLEY, Mass. — The main dining hall at Wellesley College is in the $65 million, 12-year-old Lulu Chow Wang Campus Center — students call it Lulu — overlooking Lake Waban. In front of floor-to-ceiling windows through which they can admire the i...
Diverse Conversations: Colleges’ Post-election Diversity Responsibilities The presidential race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will go down as one of the most unpredictable, and contentious, of American history. The candidates’ personalities, paired with the 24-7 news cycle and social media, made an already inund...
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