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Former Ashe Winners Take Disparate But Successful Paths

Diverse checks in on three of its Arthur Ashe Award winners from previous years who have gone on to apply their skills as professionals.

A proposal to rescind the state’s affirmative action ban has sparked a backlash that is forging a new divide in the state’s powerful Democratic Party.

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The U.S. continues to lose ground to global rivals in educational attainment, the report, by the Lumina Foundation, shows.

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The government is offering a modest dose of good news for graduating seniors: The job market is brightening for new grads — a bit.

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Education, corporate and philanthropic leaders from around the world say they believe that many colleges will be unrecognizable in another decade.

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The number of NJSTARS scholarship recipients enrolling in four-year colleges is dropping.

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Dr. Jimmy Kirby, a tenured professor who was fired from Lexington Theological Seminary in 2009, can proceed with a lawsuit against his former employer.

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Southern University’s community looks back on its history amid a year full of centennial celebrations.

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The former interim band director who was denied promotion and tenure at Alabama A&M University has no factual grounds for a gender bias allegation but still can pursue a retaliation claim based on his EEOC charge.

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A group of law students at Washington and Lee University is demanding the school banish the Confederate flag from its Lexington campus and repudiate one of its namesakes, Gen. Robert E. Lee.

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