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Win Your Students Back

by Jeffrey Pierce II | November 20, 2017 Customer service should be the top priority for every HBCU because it ensures their livelihood. Read more

Perversity and Diversity—Does Higher Ed Have a Role in a New Kind of Sex Education??

by | November 14, 2017
The bad stories that bring shame, we usually keep to ourselves. It’s a sign of a real change [...] Read more

Finally a Greek Ban—But Just at FSU? Why Not Permanently for All Campuses?

by | November 7, 2017
There’s way too much death lately in American society. After the terrorism incident in New Yo [...] Read more

An Open Letter to NFL Owners, Coaches, Commissioners, Front Office People, Papa John’s et. al

by Dr. Robin L. Hughes | November 6, 2017
While protesting in the NFL may be new to you, protesting in general is not. Black college [...] Read more

Guillermo: National Free Speech Center Too Academic for Words

by Emil Guillermo | October 30, 2017
When faced with a real-life issue on campus like protecting free speech, the largest public res [...] Read more
Two Higher Education Goals Deferred

Two Higher Education Goals Deferred

by Daniel Blake | October 18, 2017
An expert notes that some higher education goals have seemingly arbitrary timelines and are ina [...] Read more
Beyond an Uncritical Attachment to Free Speech

Beyond an Uncritical Attachment to Free Speech

by Christopher M. Tinson and Javiera Benavente | October 17, 2017
Campuses need to aspire to free speech while moving beyond an uncritical attachment to it as a [...] Read more
As Educators at PWIs, Are We Doing Enough for Students of Color?

As Educators at PWIs, Are We Doing Enough for Students of Color?

by Errick D. Farmer and Adriel A. Hilton | October 12, 2017
Researchers reveal it is not uncommon for students of color, particularly African-American stud [...] Read more
Parents Need Charters, Change and Choice

Parents Need Charters, Change and Choice

by Johnny C. Taylor, Jr. and Jennifer Wider | October 9, 2017
While much progress has been made, the promise of equal access to quality education has not bee [...] Read more

A Seat at the Table

by Zebulon Miletsky | October 8, 2017
As soon as Donald Trump was elected President, the tacit comparisons to 1930s Germany began. Ma [...] Read more
Women of Color Ph.D. Candidates Thrive in Sister Circles

Women of Color Ph.D. Candidates Thrive in Sister Circles

by Patricia Carver | October 4, 2017
They have been around forever, supporting women of color in common and unique ways. Sister circ [...] Read more
Are Archaic Premises Fueling Feds’ Pursuit of WGU?

Are Archaic Premises Fueling Feds’ Pursuit of WGU?

by Trent Kaufman and Aaron Andersen | October 3, 2017
A recent report from the U.S. Department of Education grabbed headlines by proffering the opini [...] Read more
Agents of Change: Increasing the Millennial Vote at MSIs

Agents of Change: Increasing the Millennial Vote at MSIs

by Andrew Martinez | September 27, 2017
What would the young, ethnic minority voting bloc look like if more Minority Serving Institutio [...] Read more
We Need to Talk About the Shifting Meaning of Diversity

We Need to Talk About the Shifting Meaning of Diversity

by Juliana Martínez | September 26, 2017
The notion that diversity implies accommodating all differences is dangerous and reproduces str [...] Read more
Higher Ed Curriculum Must Address Race, Racism

Higher Ed Curriculum Must Address Race, Racism

by Cornelius Gilbert | September 18, 2017
We are living in a time when issues of race, and racism, are on the table. [...] Read more
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