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Peace Corps Aims to Boost Recruiting Diversity

The leader of the Peace Corps elaborated on the group’s plans to simplify the application process for prospective volunteers and to expand and further diversify the applicant pool during a speech Wednesday at the Michigan university where the agency traces its roots.

One of the significant problems facing college leaders and policy planners as they work to expand access for students is the range of higher education options open to Americans.

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One aspect that I try to instill in my students is that very little that is accomplished is done so alone

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While most mainstream voices now talk about inequality, it will be difficult to solve.

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A judge, educator, lawyer, politician and Korean War veteran, Henry Ramsey capped a 30-year career in California by serving as Howard University’s law dean from 1990-96.

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So, we can solve inequality by blaming the poor?

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Plagued by turmoil of one kind or another for the last half decade, the university is asking the state for millions of dollars to help it avert a $13 million deficit this fiscal year ending June 30.

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The bills would require school districts to receive parental or guardian consent before students would receive sex education instruction or access to materials.

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Deaf student Cindy Leland claimed the university wouldn’t allow her and her dog to live in an on-campus apartment with carpeting or work in a science lab.

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In the past, college presidents from other schools and college vice presidents have most often ascended the ranks to fill empty presidential seats.

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