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University of California Exercising a Form of Economic Affirmative Action?

System gouging the out-of-staters to shore up revenues.

Program expands for Asian American, Native American boys; involves schools and possible local funding.

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Finally, the walls of silence that have largely kept the topic under wraps are tumbling down.

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New survey re-confirms institutions of higher education prefer to play dumb when it comes to campus rape.

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While many people have expressed their outrage at such injustices, there have been those who have resorted to a “they must have done something to deserve it” stance.

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School releases 2013 data, says its workers are still paid “under-market.”

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Sex Addiction and Its Societal Effects

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It is estimated that between 3 percent and 6 percent of Americans suffer from some form of sex addiction, according to the National Association of Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity.

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After his latest major story, higher ed officials should be reading and following Walt Bogdanich’s work in The New York Times and using it as a cautionary tale.

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It’s amazing how even some young people at the school, and even some regular folks in the city I asked at random, had no idea who Oakes was.

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Generation X: The Distinguished Generation

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A recent study conducted by the Pew Research Center earlier this spring focused on Generation X. This is the group of Americans born between 1965 and 1979.

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