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New Fisk President Brings Optimism Aboard

by Gia Savage | August 17, 2017

Fisk University is one of many historically Black schools that have felt the pain of financial [...]

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University of Florida Denies White Nationalists’ Event Request

by Diverse Staff | August 16, 2017

University of Florida President W. Kent Fuchs said that he weighed the First Amendment rights o [...]

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Report: Student Borrowers Mired Deeper in Debt

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim |

More student loan borrowers are finding themselves deeper in debt and taking a longer time to p [...]

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Georgetown to Add GRE Scores to Law School Application Process

by Gia Savage |

Following in the footsteps of Harvard Law School and the University of Arizona, Georgetown Law [...]

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Finances a Troublesome Subject at Many HBCUs

by Reginald Stuart | August 14, 2017

When college leaders across the nation begin rolling out their welcome mats for the coming scho [...]

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Civil Rights Leaders: Higher Ed Needs More Engagement After Charlottesville

by Emil Guillermo |

President Trump may have taken two days to specifically call out the KKK, neo-Nazis and White s [...]

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Expert: Diversifying Cybersecurity Starts with ‘Targeted Recruiting’

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | August 13, 2017

In order to diversify the growing field of cybersecurity, employers must do more “targeted re [...]

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Institutions Tackle Rising Tuition Costs

by Catherine Morris |

There’s no denying that college costs have risen dramatically over the past several decades. [...]

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New HBCU President Turns to Mentor and Former HBCU President for Help

by Gia Savage | August 10, 2017

Dr. William B. Bynum Jr., the new president of Jackson State University in Mississippi, turned [...]

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