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Some Black Employees Toil in Sunken Place University

Some Black Employees Toil in Sunken Place University

by Marcus Bright | March 26, 2017 The underlying theme of the hit movie “Get Out” is about a mind control process that condit Read more
Who Counts as an American?

Who Counts as an American?

by Roberto Rodriguez | March 21, 2017
The question that is being asked by the Trump administration is, who is an American? The easy a [...] Read more
Who’s Winning? Why HBCU Athletic Branding Strategies Matter

Who’s Winning? Why HBCU Athletic Branding Strategies Matter

by William Broussard | March 19, 2017
If you ask the question “who’s winning?” and routinely cannot answer the question, allow [...] Read more
Let’s Also Be Mad, and Not Solely Mesmerized by March Madness

Let’s Also Be Mad, and Not Solely Mesmerized by March Madness

by Ronald W. Whitaker, II and Adriel A. Hilton | March 15, 2017
Instead of solely being mesmerized by March Madness, we should also be concerned about the perv [...] Read more
Rodriguez: We Need Autonomous and ICE-free Institutions

Rodriguez: We Need Autonomous and ICE-free Institutions

by Roberto Rodriguez | March 8, 2017
For communities of color and for indigenous peoples, many of the rights that Americans take for [...] Read more
Diversity in College Newsroom Staff Key to Diversity in Coverage

Diversity in College Newsroom Staff Key to Diversity in Coverage

by Judith G. Curtis | March 7, 2017
Journalism is about telling stories — stories that matter and make a difference. A diverse st [...] Read more
All Immigrants Not Included

All Immigrants Not Included

by Berenice Sánchez | March 2, 2017
The statements with messages of building and protecting an inclusive community are great to see [...] Read more
Jenkins: HBCU Presidents Couldn’t Afford to Miss White House Meeting

Jenkins: HBCU Presidents Couldn’t Afford to Miss White House Meeting

by Anthony L. Jenkins | March 1, 2017
While it is always an honor to meet the leader of the free world, I must admit I had reservatio [...] Read more
Dillard President: What President Trump Needs to Hear

Dillard President: What President Trump Needs to Hear

by Walter M. Kimbrough | February 27, 2017
We’ve seen federal and state divestment in education, making the idea of education as the pat [...] Read more
As the Academic World Turns, Leadership Evolves

As the Academic World Turns, Leadership Evolves

by Robin Mamlet | February 22, 2017
The following trends stand out as significant and influential in terms of how colleges and univ [...] Read more
Free Speech, at the Expense of Who and What?

Free Speech, at the Expense of Who and What?

by Larry McDaniel Jr. | February 21, 2017
Let’s be clear: The night of protest at UC Berkeley was full of controversy; however, there w [...] 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
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