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Rapper Parody Costs 3 Their Jobs at Grace College & Seminary

by Monica Levitan | June 20, 2017

Three employees from Grace College & Seminary were fired after a photo of them posing as “rap [...]

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U.S. Government, Georgetown Offer Tuition Aid to Federal Employees

by Monica Levitan |

The U.S. Office of Personnel Management is partnering with Georgetown University’s School of [...]

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Experts: Free Speech on Campus in Constant Crisis

by A.K. Brunini | June 15, 2017

The American Association of University Professors, with the help of the Newseum Institute, held [...]

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Boston Bridge Program Aims to Put College Within Residents’ Reach

by Catherine Morris | June 14, 2017

Boston will offer its residents yet another chance at free college through a recently announced [...]

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Women’s Advocates Sue Department of Education Over Title IX Data

by A.K. Brunini | June 13, 2017

The National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) sued the Department of Education on Monday in an effor [...]

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Bias Suit Against Community College of Philadelphia Tossed

by Eric Freedman | June 11, 2017

A federal judge has thrown out a race and gender discrimination suit against the Community Coll [...]

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Survey: Hiring on Upswing for Recent College Grads

by A.K. Brunini | June 8, 2017

Employers are expected to hire five percent more recent college graduates this year, according [...]

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University of Michigan Wins Right to Ban Guns on Campus

by Diverse Staff | June 7, 2017

While the vast majority of the nation’s colleges and universities continue to prohibit the ca [...]

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Ambar Sees Her Achievements as Paths to Empowering Others

by Ya-Marie Sesay | June 6, 2017

Dr. Carmen Ambar, named last week as the first African American president in Oberlin College’ [...]

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