G.E. Branch III - Higher Education
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G.E. Branch III
G.E. Branch III is the Online Editor of Diverse: Issues In Higher Education, the web presentation based on the only national newsmagazine focused on matters of access and opportunity for all in higher education. G.E. joined Diverse in 2012 and is responsible for managing content for DiverseEducation.com, which posts fresh diversity-related news each weekday. Previously, G.E. served as assignment editor for more than 20 years with USA TODAY, covering collegiate and professional sports. G.E., a graduate of Norfolk State University, also has worked as producer at AOL/FanHouse and an editor at The Charlotte Observer.

Controversy Commences at Bethune-Cookman

by | May 1, 2017

Bethune-Cookman University rocketed to the forefront of conversation about commencement speaker [...]

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Muhammad Ali, Undisputedly ‘The Greatest’

by | June 4, 2016

Muhammad Ali. Who among us today can suppress a smile of appreciation at the mere mention of th [...]

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Move to Remove Confederate Flag a Good Starting Point

by | June 23, 2015

With a swiftness that no one could have possibly imagined, the Confederate battle flag potentia [...]

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Marion Barry, The People’s Choice

by | November 23, 2014

The former city councilman and four-term mayor was nothing short of a living, breathing testame [...]

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Michael Dunn Verdict: Another Day, Another Step Backward

by | February 16, 2014

Admittedly, I was caught off-guard by the failure of a jury in Jacksonville, Fla., to convict M [...]

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Russell Wilson Reps Higher Education Well

by | February 2, 2014

It is impossible not to be impressed by the maturity, poise, confidence and leadership consiste [...]

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Obama: More Work Must Be Done for Civil Rights

by | August 28, 2013

Though President Obama’s speech on Wednesday’s 50th anniversary of the March on Washington [...]

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Rutgers’ Video Tells Only Part of College Athletics Story

by | April 3, 2013

Rutgers University, which fired men's basketball coach Mike Rice, probably figures we should a [...]

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