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Fight Flares in Arizona Over Tuition for Young Immigrants

Fight Flares in Arizona Over Tuition for Young Immigrants

by Clarice Silber, Associated Press | July 13, 2017 PHOENIX — A former Arizona lawmaker known as the driving force behind most of the state’s t Read more
National Council of La Raza Changes Its Name to UnidosUS

National Council of La Raza Changes Its Name to UnidosUS

by Gia Savage | July 11, 2017
One of the nation’s oldest civil rights organization has changed its name in an effort to app [...] Read more
Guillermo: U. of California Achieves Diversity Despite Prop. 209

Guillermo: U. of California Achieves Diversity Despite Prop. 209

by Emil Guillermo | July 9, 2017
In 1996, Californians passed a law written and supported by right-wing zealots trying to stop d [...] Read more
Alabama Program Aims to Recruit Hispanic Nurses

Alabama Program Aims to Recruit Hispanic Nurses

by Associated Press |
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The University of Alabama is launching a program to increase the number of [...] Read more
CCNY, UTEP Team Up to Increase Hispanic Faculty in STEM

CCNY, UTEP Team Up to Increase Hispanic Faculty in STEM

by Gia Savage | July 6, 2017
City College of New York and the University of Texas at El Paso have joined forces in an effort [...] Read more
Experts: Colleges’ Media Messages Need Diverse Appeal

Experts: Colleges’ Media Messages Need Diverse Appeal

by Catherine Morris | June 27, 2017
As the U.S. looks ahead to a “majority-minority” future, colleges and universities ought to [...] Read more
Researchers Look to Census Data for Keys to Improving Educational Outcomes

Researchers Look to Census Data for Keys to Improving Educational Outcomes

by Monica Levitan | June 25, 2017
A new report examines racial inequity in education and offers recommendations based off of rese [...] Read more
SUNY Albany Appoints its First Latino President

SUNY Albany Appoints its First Latino President

by Gia Savage | June 21, 2017
The State University of New York at Albany has tapped a prominent Latino administrator to lead [...] Read more
Arizona Court Overturns In-state Tuition for DREAMERs

Arizona Court Overturns In-state Tuition for DREAMERs

by Bob Christie, Associated Press | June 20, 2017
PHOENIX  — The Arizona Court of Appeals says young immigrants granted deferred deportation s [...] Read more
Rodriguez: The X in LatinX

Rodriguez: The X in LatinX

by Roberto Rodriguez | June 7, 2017
This development has happened due to issues relating to the fluidity of gender — a recognitio [...] Read more
University of Puerto Rico Reopening as Students End Protest

University of Puerto Rico Reopening as Students End Protest

by Catherine Morris | June 6, 2017
After more than 50 days of a sustained strike that suspended campus activities altogether, stud [...] Read more
Rodriguez: Affirming a Macehual or Gente de Maiz Identity

Rodriguez: Affirming a Macehual or Gente de Maiz Identity

by Roberto Rodriguez | June 5, 2017
A couple years ago, someone from California wrote me to tell me that: “Mexicans are taking ov [...] Read more
Rodriguez: Arizona Court to Decide What We Can Learn

Rodriguez: Arizona Court to Decide What We Can Learn

by Roberto Rodriguez | May 22, 2017
The long-anticipated trial to determine whether there were racial motivations in terminating Tu [...] Read more
Leaders of Minority-Serving Institutions Ask Congress to Bolster Pell Grant

Leaders of Minority-Serving Institutions Ask Congress to Bolster Pell Grant

by Catherine Morris and Monica Levitan | May 17, 2017
The presidents and chancellors of 10 minority-serving institutions called on members of Congres [...] Read more
Title IV Funds Withheld from 5 Campuses in Puerto Rico During Strike

Title IV Funds Withheld from 5 Campuses in Puerto Rico During Strike

by Catherine Morris |
Adding to the University of Puerto Rico’s financial woes, the Department of Education has res [...] Read more
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