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Academia’s Investment in Diversity Can Enhance Disaster Science

by Nicole Errett | January 17, 2018 A series of devastating natural disasters in 2017 brought attention to the fact that extreme we Read more

Trump’s Comment Should Outrage Us All

by Vincent Intondi | January 14, 2018
One of my favorite things to do at the beginning of each semester is to review the class roster [...] Read more

When Promises Are Not Enough

by Brittany K. Robertson | January 11, 2018
Promise scholarships have been regarded as key to economic growth in many states and municipali [...] Read more

What If the MLK Holiday Were April 4?

by Derek Alderman and Joshua Inwood | January 10, 2018
Since its first observance in 1986, the Martin Luther King federal holiday has become an import [...] Read more

Educators Should Care About “Fire and Fury”

by | January 8, 2018
If you’re in higher ed and are trying to ignore Michael Wolff’s Fire and Fury: Inside the T [...] Read more

Memory and Racism

by Anthony L. Brown | January 2, 2018
In refusing to let America forget her asthmatic father’s death at the hands of a New York cop [...] Read more

What Are You Really Saying?

by Jeffrey Pierce II | December 18, 2017
Whether your interaction with a prospective student is via telephone or face-to-face, respectiv [...] Read more

Through Mayor Ed Lee, Diversity Served a Community, a City, a Nation

by | December 17, 2017
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, who died early Dec. 12 after collapsing from a heart attack, was mo [...] Read more

A Letter to Today’s Undergrads

| December 12, 2017
Ph.D. student pens a letter to undergraduate students. [...] Read more

Higher Education Devalued Under Trump/GOP Tax Bill

by | December 10, 2017
The truth is anything connected to higher ed got the shaft in this massive legislation th [...] Read more

“No, I Do Not Work Here”

by Andrew Martinez | December 6, 2017
Dr. Melissa Harris-Perry’s powerful speech at ASHE has empowered me to change the way I see t [...] Read more

How the Country’s First Black Collegiate Greek-lettered Fraternity Changed the Nation

by Cornelius Gilbert | December 4, 2017
Exactly one hundred and eleven years ago, the country’s first Black collegiate Greek-lettered [...] Read more

Dems Stopped Hillsdale College in Tax Bill, But Lost the War for Education

by | December 3, 2017
It seemed like an exercise straight out of college life. It wasn’t an all-nighter, but close [...] Read more

Building Community Without Greek Life

by Alan C. Price | November 30, 2017
Our focus on unity is the primary reason why Greek organizations would not work at Earlham. At [...] Read more

Fifty Years After Thurgood Marshall Joined the Supreme Court

by Richard S. Lincer | November 27, 2017
Thurgood Marshall Legacy Award recipient says recruitment is not enough -- it must include rete [...] Read more
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