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10 Black coaches who should get a chance to be a head coach in 2017

10 Black coaches who should get a chance to be a head coach in 2017

by Frank J. Matthews | September 29, 2016 With the recent announcement of Les Miles being fired at LSU there is much discussion about po Read more

Diverse Docket: Dominican College Wins Title VI Suit

by Eric Freedman | September 28, 2016
A federal judge in New York City has cleared Dominican College in a Title VI suit by an African [...] Read more
Delaware’s 1st Black Female University President Selected

Delaware’s 1st Black Female University President Selected

by Associated Press |
NEW CASTLE, Del. ― Wilmington University Executive Vice President LaVerne Harmon has been nam [...] Read more
Student Protesters Halt Debate About Black Lives Matter at University of Michigan

Student Protesters Halt Debate About Black Lives Matter at University of Michigan

by Associated Press |
YPSILANTI, Mich. ― Student protesters halted a debate at the University of Michigan about whe [...] Read more

Report Finds Black-White Wage Gap Worst Since 1979

by Catherine Morris | September 27, 2016
The wage gap between Black and White workers is the worst it has been since 1979, according to [...] Read more

Expert: Higher Ed not Immune from Unconscious Bias

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim |
Those who work in higher education should not see themselves as immune from the same kind of un [...] Read more
Data Show Just 86 Freshmen Enrolled at Chicago State

Data Show Just 86 Freshmen Enrolled at Chicago State

by Associated Press |
CHICAGO ― Only 86 full and part-time freshmen enrolled at the financially troubled Chicago St [...] Read more

Algebra Project to Pave Way for Minority Students to Pursue STEM

by Jamal Eric Watson | September 26, 2016
The Algebra Project, a unique approach to teaching mathematics that was developed by civil righ [...] Read more
‘Diddy’ Donates $1 Million to Howard University

‘Diddy’ Donates $1 Million to Howard University

by Associated Press | September 25, 2016
WASHINGTON ― Sean “Diddy” Combs is donating $1 million to Howard University, where he onc [...] Read more

Tennessee State Legendary Track Coach Ed Temple Dies

by Reginald Stuart |
Ed Temple guided women’s track athletes to 40 Olympic medals as he served for some four decad [...] Read more
University of Maryland Eastern Shore Unveils Statue, Museum for Former President Hytche

University of Maryland Eastern Shore Unveils Statue, Museum for Former President Hytche

by Deborah Gates, The Daily Times of Salisbury |
PRINCESS ANNE, Md. ― The legacy of former University of Maryland Eastern Shore President Will [...] Read more

Highly Anticipated African American History Museum Begins Its Mission

by Reginald Stuart | September 22, 2016
Thousands of people are expected to gather this weekend to celebrate the opening, see and tour [...] Read more
South African Police Battle Stone-throwing Students

South African Police Battle Stone-throwing Students

by Christopher Torchia, Associated Press |
JOHANNESBURG ― South African police battled students on a university campus on Thursday in th [...] Read more
Amid Scrutiny, For-profit Colleges See Enrollment Slide

Amid Scrutiny, For-profit Colleges See Enrollment Slide

by Collin Binkley, Associated Press |
Some of the nation’s largest for-profit colleges are suffering steep declines in enrollment a [...] Read more

Benedict College President David Swinton Retiring

by Diverse Staff | September 20, 2016
Dr. David H. Swinton, who has served president and CEO of Benedict College for 23 years, has an [...] Read more
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