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Hmong Americans Struggling to Grasp Higher Ed Success

Asian Americans and Pacific Islander organizations are searching for ways to combat the difficulties and disparities faced by some of the AAPI ethnic subgroups such as Hmong Americans.

Universities don’t have to solve the social and practical problems of the day, but should rather focus on equipping students with the critical and analytical thinking skills that will enable them to do these things themselves.

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The 25th anniversary year of the Honda Campus All-Star Challenge culminates this week with the national championship tournament at which Morgan State University seeks a third consecutive national title.

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During a panel at the second annual Princeton-Fung Global Forum in Paris, scholars from three nations, including the U.S., explored how to use policy to encourage greater social parity in higher ed.

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The Supreme Court has preserved an important mechanism for bringing “minority” students to campus, but shifted the argument from affirmative action as restorative justice to diversity as a legitimate societal need.

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Proposal to fund a new school of engineering at neighboring Florida State, end partnership with FAMU seen as step back toward segregation-era status.

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President Barack Obama, along with all of the living U.S. presidents, will gather at a three-day summit to mark the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Civil Rights Act.

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St. Augustine’s University, Grambling State University and Winston-Salem State University have officially joined other HBCUs on the hunt for new presidents.

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The Washington-based social media venture aims to distinguish itself enough to be considered a valued complement to the growing cast of social media sites courting HBCU audiences.

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The sesquicentennial, the recognition of the 150th anniversary of the War Between the States, now in its third year of a four-year commemoration, has helped put the issues of slavery and the Civil War back on the front burner.

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