Posts tagged: Crime - Diverse

Survey: 1 in 4 College Women Report Unwanted Sexual Contact

by Associated Press | September 21, 2015
Nearly a quarter of undergraduate women surveyed at more than two dozen universities say they e [...] Read more

Ohio State Announces a Series of Anti-sexual Assault Efforts

by Julie Carr Smyth and Andrew Welsh-Huggins, Associated Press | September 17, 2015
Ohio State University is announcing initiatives aimed at reducing sexual assaults on campus, in [...] Read more

Regents Blast Draft of University’s Intolerance Declaration

by Amy Taxin and Julie Watson, Associated Press |
Members of the University of California Board of Regents on Thursday blasted a first draft of s [...] Read more

Rutgers Football Coach Suspended for Contact Over Player’s Academic Status

by Tom Canavan, Associated Press | September 16, 2015
Rutgers University has suspended football coach Kyle Flood for three games and fined him $50,00 [...] Read more

Emporia State Investigation Finds No Evidence of Hate Crime

by Margaret Stafford, Associated Press | September 10, 2015
An investigation found no evidence to support hate crime and discrimination allegations made by [...] Read more

Black Lives Matter Movement Crucial in Drawing Attention to Issues

by | September 2, 2015
It has been all but impossible to not to notice the Black Lives Matter movement [...] Read more

On Blazers and Blackness

by C. Emmanuel Little | August 30, 2015
Sometimes it’s the forced, extra warm smile. It could be an overtly cordial greeting with dis [...] Read more

New Law Requires Colleges Take Steps to Address Sex Assault

by Associated Press | August 23, 2015
A new state law will require Illinois colleges to take steps to prevent and respond to sexual a [...] Read more

New ‘Soldiers for Justice’ Must Carry On Fight in Julian Bond’s Place

by | August 19, 2015
“The humanity of all Americans is diminished when any group is denied rights granted to other [...] Read more

Police: No Hazing Charges Against Dartmouth Frat

by Associated Press |
Authorities in New Hampshire say they’ve found insufficient evidence to charge a Dartmouth Co [...] Read more

Harvard Student Loses Facebook Job Over App That Shows Flaws

by Associated Press | August 13, 2015
A Harvard University student says he lost his internship at Facebook after he launched a browse [...] Read more

JOSE FIERRO

| August 10, 2015
JOSE FIERRO has been appointed president and superintendent of Cerritos College. He was vice pr [...] Read more

#BlackTwitter Fires Up Social Movements

by Nick Charles | August 6, 2015
If you want to know at any given moment what a portion of Black America is concerned with or t [...] Read more

Pennsylvania Police Nominee Wants More Diversity

by Associated Press |
Gov. Tom Wolf's new nominee to lead the Pennsylvania State Police said Tuesday that he sees roo [...] Read more

A New Day Marked by New Mourning

by | July 31, 2015
It appears as though people of color are unable to have even a full week of mourning our falle [...] Read more