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Bill Would Require Colleges to Reveal Religious Exemptions

Bill Would Require Colleges to Reveal Religious Exemptions

by Associated Press | May 2, 2016

BOSTON — Congresswoman Katherine Clark is pushing legislation she says will help members of t

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Watanabe Dedicates Career to the Advancement of Asian Americans

Watanabe Dedicates Career to the Advancement of Asian Americans

by Lydia Lum | May 1, 2016

University of Massachusetts professor Dr. Paul Watanabe leads research designed to strengthen a

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Mayor Walsh Launches Free Community College Program in Boston

by Jamal Eric Watson |

Boston’s Mayor Marty Walsh has launched a new program that will provide two years of communit

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Duke University President to Step Down in 2017

Duke University President to Step Down in 2017

by Associated Press | April 28, 2016

DURHAM, N.C. ― Duke University President Richard H. Brodhead has announced that he will step

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NCAA Board OKs Anti-discrimination Measure for Event Bidding

NCAA Board OKs Anti-discrimination Measure for Event Bidding

by Associated Press |

  INDIANAPOLIS ― The NCAA Board of Governors adopted an anti-discrimination measure Wedn

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UC Davis Chancellor Says Politics Driving Action Against Her

UC Davis Chancellor Says Politics Driving Action Against Her

by Lisa Leff, Associated Press |

SAN FRANCISCO ― The chancellor of the University of California, Davis says politics are drivi

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UND Eliminating 138 Positions to Meet Budget Allotments

UND Eliminating 138 Positions to Meet Budget Allotments

by Dave Kolpack, Associated Press |

FARGO, N.D. ― The University of North Dakota plans to eliminate 138 faculty, staff and admini

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Kansas State University Asked to Examine Off-campus Rapes

Kansas State University Asked to Examine Off-campus Rapes

by Associated Press | April 27, 2016

MANHATTAN, Kan. ― Kansas State University fraternities are calling on the university to begin

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Yale President Defends Ivy League School’s Tax-exempt Status

Yale President Defends Ivy League School’s Tax-exempt Status

by Pat Eaton-Robb, Associated Press |

NEW HAVEN, Conn. ― Yale’s president defended his school’s tax-exempt status Wednesday as

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University of Kentucky Suspends Fraternity for Hazing

University of Kentucky Suspends Fraternity for Hazing

by Associated Press |

LEXINGTON, Ky. ― The University of Kentucky has suspended a fraternity for five years for alc

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North Carolina Now on Clock to Respond in NCAA Academic Case

North Carolina Now on Clock to Respond in NCAA Academic Case

by Aaron Beard, Associated Press |

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. ― North Carolina is preparing for the next step toward a long-awaited resol

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Former Georgia Legislator Named New Chancellor at ECU

Former Georgia Legislator Named New Chancellor at ECU

by Associated Press |

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. ― The UNC Board of Governors has chosen a former Georgia legislator as the

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Diverse Docket: Judge Dismisses Suit Against Alaska Career College

Diverse Docket: Judge Dismisses Suit Against Alaska Career College

by Eric Freedman | April 26, 2016

A federal judge in Anchorage has dismissed a race discrimination and sexual harassment suit aga

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Don Nakanishi, Pioneer in Asian American Studies, Dies

by Lydia Lum |

Without Nakanishi, whose watershed lawsuit in the 1980s to gain tenure was closely watched by c

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Hearing Officer Awards $175K to Harassed MSU-Northern Dean

Hearing Officer Awards $175K to Harassed MSU-Northern Dean

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HAVRE, Mont. ― A hearing officer with the Montana Human Rights Commission has awarded $175,00

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