Latino Issues - Higher Education
Author of state immigration law says it appears to be working

Author of state immigration law says it appears to be working

by Associated Press | September 17, 2007
TULSA Okla. Reports that Hispanic children are leaving Tulsa Public Schools indicates that Okl [...] Read more
Cartoon in Connecticut student-run newspaper draws protests from Hispanics and other groups

Cartoon in Connecticut student-run newspaper draws protests from Hispanics and other groups

by Associated Press |
HARTFORD Conn. The student-run newspaper at Central Connecticut State University is under fire [...] Read more
Purdue Latinos celebrate Cordova presidency

Purdue Latinos celebrate Cordova presidency

by Associated Press |
WEST LAFAYETTE Ind. Sophomore Elizabeth Gutierrez sometimes felt out of place at Purdue Univer [...] Read more
Hispanic Outreach By Non-HSIs Lacking, Study Indicates

Hispanic Outreach By Non-HSIs Lacking, Study Indicates

by David Pluviose | August 16, 2007
Hispanic-serving institutions make up only 6 percent of all colleges, but enroll half of all Hi [...] Read more
Ore. study cites high drug use among Hispanics trying to adapt

Ore. study cites high drug use among Hispanics trying to adapt

by Associated Press | August 13, 2007
PORTLAND Ore. A study led by an Oregon State University sociologist runs counter to some assum [...] Read more

Immigrants use fraction of amount they contribute to Ark. economy

by Associated Press |
LITTLE ROCK A report prepared for legislators says Arkansas pays about $170 million a year to [...] Read more
School to use picture book to lure Hispanic men to college

School to use picture book to lure Hispanic men to college

by Associated Press | August 7, 2007
MERCED Calif. Educators in Merced are using fotonovelas, graphic novels popular in Mexico, to [...] Read more

Immigration protests by seven college students set to end Sunday

by Associated Press |
PHOENIX A hunger strike intended to draw attention to a proposal in Congress to give children [...] Read more
Judge’s ruling against Pennsylvania town’s anti-illegal immigrant law could have broader impact

Judge’s ruling against Pennsylvania town’s anti-illegal immigrant law could have broader impact

by Associated Press | July 28, 2007
HAZLETON Pennsylvania A federal judge's ruling that a Pennsylvania city may not enforce its to [...] Read more
NW Ark. college offers program for Spanish-speaking students

NW Ark. college offers program for Spanish-speaking students

by Associated Press |
BENTONVILLE Ark. Making the jump from high school to college can be difficult enough, let alon [...] Read more
Judge strikes down Hazleton’s illegal immigrant law

Judge strikes down Hazleton’s illegal immigrant law

by Associated Press | July 27, 2007
HAZLETON Pa. A federal judge on Thursday struck down the city of Hazleton's tough crackdown on [...] Read more
U.S.: Immigrants earning less, their children’s progress up economic ladder slows

U.S.: Immigrants earning less, their children’s progress up economic ladder slows

by Associated Press |
NEW YORK The promise of the American dream continues to lure immigrants to U.S. shores, but t [...] Read more
Texas leads nation in teen birth rate, study says

Texas leads nation in teen birth rate, study says

by Associated Press |
HOUSTON Texas had the nation's highest birth rate among teenagers ages 15 to 19 in 2004, accor [...] Read more
Arkansas DWI Program Reflects Cultural Differences of Hispanic Offenders

Arkansas DWI Program Reflects Cultural Differences of Hispanic Offenders

by Associated Press | July 18, 2007
BENTONVILLE, Ark. Emmanuel Flores says the court-ordered alcohol-safety programs he teaches re [...] Read more
Audit Clears UT-Pan Am President of Using Public Funds to Improve Residence

Audit Clears UT-Pan Am President of Using Public Funds to Improve Residence

by Associated Press | July 13, 2007
AUSTIN Texas The president of University of Texas-Pan American did not know she was breaking r [...] Read more