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Students Ask Education Department to Discharge College Debt

by Anne Flaherty, Associated Press | September 3, 2015

Almost 12,000 students are asking the federal government to discharge their college loan debt, [...]

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Rejuvenated ASALH Gearing Up for Centennial Commemoration

by Jamal Eric Watson | September 2, 2015

More than 1,500 participants will travel to Atlanta later this month to commemorate the Associa [...]

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New York Reaches Deal with Cooper Union, Plaintiffs

by Diverse Staff |

New York’s attorney general announced an agreement Wednesday that would end a lawsuit against [...]

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West Point Professor Who Called Legal Scholars Treasonous Resigns

by Associated Press | September 1, 2015

A West Point professor criticized for writing an article calling some legal scholars treasonous [...]

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Cedarville University Not Giving Ground on Same-sex Relationship Matters

by Catherine Morris |

Some schools in Council for Christian Colleges and Universities, like Cedarville, are doubling [...]

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Otis Readily Attests to HBCUs’ Roles as Career Launching Pads

by Pearl Stewart | August 31, 2015

Success didn’t come easy, but Otis doesn’t hesitate to give credit to getting the foundatio [...]

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S.F. State’s Metro Academies Making Inroads with At-Risk Students

by Lydia Lum |

Metro classes are geared specifically for bolstering students’ math, writing and public speak [...]

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3 HBCU Nursing Programs Ranked in Top 15 in Eastern Region

by Diverse Staff | August 30, 2015

Three historically Black colleges and universities have had their nursing programs ranked among [...]

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Savannah State Regrouping After Shooting Death

by Jamal Eric Watson |

Officials at Savannah State University have been trying to quell student concerns that their ca [...]

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