Subfeature - Higher Education

Educational Road Bumps in 2017

by Reginald Stuart | January 4, 2018
Last year,higher education appears to have been on a bumpy, roller coaster back seat ride, acco [...] Read more

Home for the Holidays

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Imagine what it is like to dread going home for the holiday break because all semester you stru [...] Read more

New York Governor Proposes Legislation to End Hunger at all Public State Schools

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New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo will introduce legislation this year that would require all S [...] Read more

Report Details Evidence of Sexual Harassment, Inappropriate Behavior at APSA Annual Meetings

by | January 3, 2018
A new study by the American Political Science Association found that a “sizable” minority o [...] Read more

Celebrating the Life of Dr. Joseph L. White

by Reginald Stuart | January 2, 2018
As a high school student in his hometown of Lincoln, Nebraska, it may have been hard for Dr. Jo [...] Read more

Memory and Racism

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

American University of Antigua Working to Assuage Scarcity of Black Doctors

by | December 21, 2017
The American University of Antigua and its administrators believe the Caribbean institution is [...] Read more

Report: Challenges Persist for Latino Students

by | December 20, 2017
A report, titled “A Look at Latino Student Success: Identifying Top- and Bottom-Performing In [...] Read more

Kennesaw State University President to Leave Early Next Year

by Associated Press |
A university president who faced intense criticism from students, faculty and alumni for his re [...] Read more

Report: Most Institutions Restrict Speech Protected by First Amendment

by | December 19, 2017
A new Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) report on the climate of free speech [...] 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

Baltimore City Community College Receives Grant for Tobacco Education

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Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) is the latest school to receive a $20,000 grant to educ [...] 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

Community College of Philadelphia Creates “Path of Possibilities” for its Students

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After completing an associate’s degree from CCP in 2015 and a bachelor’s degree from Temple [...] Read more

Clark Atlanta University Receives Funding to Increase Diversity in Art Museum Leadership

by | December 14, 2017
The Clark Atlanta University Art Museum is one of 20 U.S. art museums that will receive funding [...] Read more