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Blacks, International Students Gaining Greater Foothold in Collegiate Tennis

A new generation of college students has been steadily changing the character and face of intercollegiate tennis in America.

An increasing number of community colleges around the country have started offering four-year bachelor’s degrees in fields for which there is high job demand.

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A 2015 budget plan narrowly approved by the House of Representatives late last week would impose major cuts on higher education, including a 10-year freeze on Pell grants and reduced funds for student loans.

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The NCAA contends that unionization by college athletes could lead to fewer scholarships and championships as well as a drop in academic support and career counseling.

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President Obama delivered a fiery speech before the annual National Action Network’s convention and accused the GOP of an assault on voting rights.

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MSNBC television host is leaving her teaching job at Tulane University to become a presidential chair at her alma mater.

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At the 2014 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars Symposium and Awards Luncheon, student athletes received invaluable life lessons from panelists ranging from former athletes to entrepreneurs.

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At the National Action Network’s (NAN) annual convention, educators focus on increasing access to education and STEM for minority students.

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Student success stems from teacher capability. The educators who oversee today’s classrooms directly determine how much their students learn.

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University of Massachusetts guard Derrick Gordon has become the first openly gay player in Division I men’s basketball.

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