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Aztecas del Norte: We Cannot be Illegal on Our Own Continent

Aztecas del Norte: We Cannot be Illegal on Our Own Continent

by Roberto Rodriguez | February 19, 2017 Scholars in Chicano studies and related disciplines, since the 1960s, have long debated the ide Read more
We Have Your Back: How Educators Can Support Undocumented Students

We Have Your Back: How Educators Can Support Undocumented Students

by Maria Ferrera and Bernadette Sanchez | February 13, 2017
We have found seven ways that educators can support undocumented college students. [...] Read more
Ethics and the 21st Century HBCU

Ethics and the 21st Century HBCU

by Ralpheal Moore | February 8, 2017
The real question is this: how do we achieve this seemingly elusive goal of ensuring the succes [...] Read more
The Essential Nature of HBCUs

The Essential Nature of HBCUs

by Andrew Hairston | February 2, 2017
For me, it was not a matter of if I was going to attend an HBCU; it was a question of which HBC [...] Read more
Make Room for the ‘Dean’s List Subversives’

Make Room for the ‘Dean’s List Subversives’

by Michelle Tong | January 31, 2017
As a professor, I encouraged students to join Women’s March events, but I stayed in the class [...] Read more
University of California Shows Leadership on Trump Travel Ban

University of California Shows Leadership on Trump Travel Ban

by Emil Guillermo | January 29, 2017
Universities, especially public institutions, have a major role in the moral leadership of Amer [...] Read more
We’re Always Athletes: Microaggressions of Black Males Navigating Academia

We’re Always Athletes: Microaggressions of Black Males Navigating Academia

by Adriel A. Hilton and Donald Mitchell, Jr. | January 25, 2017
The assumption often is that Black males within higher education contexts are athletes or relat [...] Read more
By Redefining Diversity, Trump Making America Small Again

By Redefining Diversity, Trump Making America Small Again

by Emil Guillermo | January 22, 2017
The size of the audience in Washington aside, the vision of the inaugural speech of Donald J. T [...] Read more
HBCUs, Trump, and Student Development: The Band Played On

HBCUs, Trump, and Student Development: The Band Played On

by Fred A. Bonner II | January 19, 2017
Perhaps one of the most salient topics that serve as grist for the college student development [...] Read more
The Case for Rebranding Minority-serving Institutions

The Case for Rebranding Minority-serving Institutions

by Daniel Blake | January 17, 2017
“Equity-oriented institutions” should replace “minority-serving institutions” in our le [...] Read more
Going High: Soaring Like Michelle Obama

Going High: Soaring Like Michelle Obama

by Chinwe O. Okeke | January 11, 2017
Secretly, I was going for the “Michelle Obama look”: elegance, grace, beauty, and intricacy [...] Read more
The Whiter the School District, the Higher the Risk?

The Whiter the School District, the Higher the Risk?

by Christina Berchini | January 9, 2017
The recent presidential election outcome has inspired me to think about what it means to be lab [...] Read more
Talladega College Might Be on Right Side of History

Talladega College Might Be on Right Side of History

by Steven Gaither | January 3, 2017
More than a century ago, Booker T. Washington—the most prominent product of an HBCU at that p [...] Read more
Things in 2016 That Make These 2 Black Faculty Members Go Hmmmm

Things in 2016 That Make These 2 Black Faculty Members Go Hmmmm

by Robin Hughes and Natasha Flowers | December 21, 2016
We found ourselves going hmmm in wonderful 2016 with all its post-modern, post-racial, 21st cen [...] Read more
Keys to Redefining Student Success

Keys to Redefining Student Success

by Jamillah Moore | December 14, 2016
While society widely accepts the importance and value of higher education as a public good, few [...] Read more
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