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Demarcus Cousins Cries Foul and We All Lose

Demarcus Cousins Cries Foul and We All Lose

by | February 7, 2016

Monday, February 8, is the start of the Lunar New Year and, for Chinese Americans of Asian desc

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Millennials Lacking the Urge to Drive

Millennials Lacking the Urge to Drive

by | February 2, 2016

A recent report conducted by the Transportation Research Institute at University of Michigan in

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The King Holiday is Over. Now What?

The King Holiday is Over. Now What?

by | January 27, 2016

As we now pass the King Holiday and onto February, which is Black History Month, let us rededic

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2015: Yet Another Turbulent Year for Black America

2015: Yet Another Turbulent Year for Black America

by | January 18, 2016

To put it bluntly, 2015 was a year that left its brash, brutal, ugly stain of racism on America

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The Exploitation of College Sports

The Exploitation of College Sports

by | January 10, 2016

Big-time college sports perpetuate a deeper racism, says sports agent.

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Keeping the Faith for African-American Males

Keeping the Faith for African-American Males

by | January 6, 2016

Well, 2016 is officially here and, as Black people, we must stop this violence upon ourselves.

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Men and Religion: A Reluctant Relationship

Men and Religion: A Reluctant Relationship

by | January 3, 2016

This is news that is probably not all that surprising to most people: men are less likely to em

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The Marshall Scholarship: An Investment in a Modern and Diverse Special Relationship

The Marshall Scholarship: An Investment in a Modern and Diverse Special Relationship

by James Kariuki | December 28, 2015

Earlier this month, the British Government announced the latest winners of the Marshall Scholar

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Where is the America that I Used to Know?

Where is the America that I Used to Know?

by | December 8, 2015

There is a disturbing part of America that has reared its ugly head and is making an attempt to

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More Men Should Make an Effort to Bridge Racial Divide

More Men Should Make an Effort to Bridge Racial Divide

by | December 7, 2015

There are those who argue that cross-racial friendships are not that unusual, particularly amon

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Racial Tides Rising on College Campuses

Racial Tides Rising on College Campuses

by | November 23, 2015

From coast to coast, thousands of young people ― mostly millennials ― have made their voice

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Motivating the Next Generation of Scholars for the Work Ahead

Motivating the Next Generation of Scholars for the Work Ahead

by | November 18, 2015

Certainly, college in and of itself, will not make you successful. There must be some drive and

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Tragedy in Paris

Tragedy in Paris

by | November 15, 2015

An American Global tragedy: Nohemi Gonzalez was an example of diversity in higher ed at its bes

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Suicide, Substance Abuse Taking Toll on Segment of Middle-aged Whites

Suicide, Substance Abuse Taking Toll on Segment of Middle-aged Whites

by | November 12, 2015

There has been a lot of buzz about the recent report conducted by recent Nobel Prize-winning ec

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Diversity Questions for Higher Ed after the UC Merced Stabbing Spree

Diversity Questions for Higher Ed after the UC Merced Stabbing Spree

by | November 8, 2015

By now it may all be forgotten, but last Wednesday, as the news broke, it was shocking the enti

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