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The Secret Sauce of College Admissions

The truth is that selectivity is often based on how you measure and value it.

The conversations became very serious when the lone professor asked two of the Black graduate students about their research and experiences as Black graduate students.

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This writers’ project offers students a literary platform to arrive at an understanding of their personal history and to reveal the powerful meanings surrounding their sense of cultural identity.

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The fact is that American colleges and universities are doing a miserable job at recruiting students that they would welcome and who would add tremendous value to the campus community.

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Over the past six years, I have been honored to peek into the souls and lives of undocumented youth through my research.

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Unprecedented shifts in migration patterns are causing demographic changes around the world.

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HBCUs Must Be Up for the Challenge

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Increasing retention and graduation rates for Black males will require an ambitious effort from both stakeholders and policy makers.

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Learning From Minority-Serving Institutions

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The success of all students needs to be anchored in a shared understanding among all stakeholders that it is long past time to abandon the “one-size-fits-all” view of students.

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I don’t think it’s intellectually honest to discuss how elite education reproduces more elite without considering how race, societal values or the study of primarily White canons help to reproduce this status quo.

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Will I always be seen as a person of color before I am seen as a human being?

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