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Rodriguez: Liberation or Social Justice?

Rodriguez: Liberation or Social Justice?

by Roberto Rodriguez | April 24, 2017 The Chicano Movement did not use the term “social justice,” though it was very much a part Read more
Education Advocates Uneasily Awaiting Trump Budget

Education Advocates Uneasily Awaiting Trump Budget

by Catherine Morris |
“I’ve been in higher education for a long time, but I’ve not seen this level of uncertain [...] Read more
Rodriguez: Resistance or Permanent State of Insurrection?

Rodriguez: Resistance or Permanent State of Insurrection?

by Roberto Rodriguez | April 16, 2017
People of Mexican descent that live in this country, live in a permanent state of dehumanizatio [...] Read more
Rodriguez: Do All Lives Matter?

Rodriguez: Do All Lives Matter?

by Roberto Rodriguez | April 10, 2017
It was a great forum and a great dialogue, but in a sense, it was the wrong question. The reaso [...] Read more
Diverse Conversations: What Minority High School Students Need to Know About College

Diverse Conversations: What Minority High School Students Need to Know About College

by Matthew Lynch | March 29, 2017
What minority students are taught in high school about the college experience has a major impac [...] Read more
Napolitano to Send ‘Strong’ Message on Mexico Trip

Napolitano to Send ‘Strong’ Message on Mexico Trip

by Jocelyn Gecker, Associated Press | March 23, 2017
SAN FRANCISCO — University of California President Janet Napolitano is crossing the border ne [...] Read more
Rodriguez: Re-indigenization is Underway

Rodriguez: Re-indigenization is Underway

by Roberto Rodriguez | March 22, 2017
To understand the significance of re-indigenization, one needs to understand its anti-thesis: t [...] Read more
Investigation: Ex-UTSA President Romo ‘Likely’ Sexually Harassed Women

Investigation: Ex-UTSA President Romo ‘Likely’ Sexually Harassed Women

by Catherine Morris | March 21, 2017
An internal investigation into former University of Texas at San Antonio president Dr. Ricardo [...] Read more
Emanuel Appoints New City Colleges of Chicago Chancellor

Emanuel Appoints New City Colleges of Chicago Chancellor

by Associated Press | March 19, 2017
CHICAGO — City Colleges of Chicago has a new chancellor. On Friday, Mayor Rahm Emanuel announ [...] Read more
Cuba Offers Colombia 1,000 Medical School Scholarships

Cuba Offers Colombia 1,000 Medical School Scholarships

by Associated Press | March 16, 2017
HAVANA — Cuba is offering Colombia 1,000 medical school scholarships to support a peace accor [...] Read more
700 Michigan State University Workers Won’t Help Immigration Agents

700 Michigan State University Workers Won’t Help Immigration Agents

by Associated Press | March 15, 2017
EAST LANSING, Mich. — Roughly 700 Michigan State University employees have signed a statement [...] Read more

UT Elects First Latina, Physically Disabled Student President

| March 12, 2017
Fourth-year government and Mexican-American studies major Alejandrina Guzman made University of [...] Read more
Vega’s Poor Start Benefits At-risk Population

Vega’s Poor Start Benefits At-risk Population

by Jamal Eric Watson | March 7, 2017
Poverty isn’t some abstract idea to Dr. Desireé Vega, selected by Diverse as a member of the [...] Read more
Southern Grad Schools See Need to Tap into Diversity Boom

Southern Grad Schools See Need to Tap into Diversity Boom

by Catherine Morris | March 5, 2017
As the United States moves toward a future where the population will be “majority minority” [...] Read more
Lecturer at Middlebury College Calls Protesting Students ‘Seriously Scary’

Lecturer at Middlebury College Calls Protesting Students ‘Seriously Scary’

by Associated Press |
MIDDLEBURY, Vt. — A libertarian author who has been called a white nationalist said college s [...] Read more
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