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Marc Morial: Not Interested in Succeeding Francis at Xavier University

Dr. Norman C. Francis’ decision to step down as president of Xavier University in New Orleans next year—a job that he’s held for nearly 47 years—has led to widespread speculation across the academic community over who might be his replacement.

AFSCME, one of the largest labor unions in the country, severed its ties with the United Negro College Fund earlier this summer over its decision to accept money from the controversial Koch brothers.

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One out of every two Black college graduates since the year 2000 has graduated from college with more than $25,000 in undergraduate student loan debt.

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A Florida college, founded just 25 years ago, is part of a growing trend of institutions focusing on students with learning disabilities.

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Whether it’s fostering respect for diversity, discussing sports stories in the headlines or navigating the changing landscape of college sports, women play a vital role.

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Disability Issues Continue to Arise on Campus

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University officials and even disability advocates say there are obstacles to creating technological access for students with different learning needs.

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He inherited the presidency of the University of Baltimore, headquartered in his native hometown where he once served as mayor from 1987 to 1999.

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College administrators should be completing a plan within the next few weeks that will ensure admissions to the top 10 percent of graduating high school seniors from three counties in the Charleston metropolitan area.

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The renowned environmental organization has announced that it will present the first Robert Bullard Environmental Justice Award to a Mississippi-based activist on November 21.

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Dr. Amy Shuman says, “People with disabilities are competent because they are successfully communicating (in their own way).”

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