Home » Archives by category » Blogs

Remembering the Enslaved at the University of Virginia

A symposium by the University of Virginia brought faculty and researchers together to honor the legacy that slavery has had on our nation.

Going to the Extreme With College Dropouts

Comments Off

An anti-diversity idea being floated that people should be aware of.

Continue reading …

To what extent are efforts being made to make campuses welcoming and inclusive for everyone?

Continue reading …

New York Times shows justice in America apparently is no problem for African-American men who are FSU football players.

Continue reading …

Anyone who avidly follows contemporary popular culture and cultural trends in general is probably well aware that the pornography (adult entertainment) industry is an entity that generates billions of dollars of revenue in the United States annually. Some estimates suggest that the figure is as much as $13 billion. What is more notable is the […]

Continue reading …

Yale does, Harvard doesn’t, as institutions struggle with defining consent as they see it.

Continue reading …

One of the biggest challenges for freshman is avoiding gaining weight.

Continue reading …

Holder’s Complex Legacy Slightly Out of Balance

Comments Off

First African-American U.S. attorney general was great on civil rights, lousy on civil liberties.

Continue reading …

It has been almost two weeks since Kira Kazantsev, Miss New York, won the Miss America crown on September 15 in Atlantic City convention hall. Kazantsev was the third Miss New York in a row to win the title.

Continue reading …

Higher education creates a bad example with Florida State University’s Heisman Trophy winner.

Continue reading …
Page 1 of 61123Next ›Last »


Close
JOIN THE CONVERSATION!
Join the conversation with our 30,000 social media participants by following us on Twitter @DiverseIssues and like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DiverseJobs as we celebrate the 30th anniversary of Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.