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Marion Barry, The People’s Choice

The former city councilman and four-term mayor was nothing short of a living, breathing testament to fortitude.

A tuition increase that only University of Nebraska-Lincoln business and engineering students pay hasn’t swayed them from choosing those majors.

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Seven of the eight professors who were fired in late September from the nation’s oldest Episcopal seminary are set to return to their classrooms.

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Instead of asking deficit-oriented questions, we should change our mindset and ask new questions to uncover how HBCUs are supporting students despite the challenges they encounter.

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Judge Seeks Firing of Iowa State Professor

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A judge has recommended the firing of an Iowa State University math professor, blasting his teaching style and lack of research and service after hearing the disciplinary case against him.

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RALEIGH, N.C. ― The University of North Carolina faces more scrutiny by an accrediting agency after details emerged on an academic scandal.

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Diverse Down The Road

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Diverse Senior Writer Jamal Eric Watson will be participating in the International Conference on Urban Education at Montego Bay, Jamaica this week. The conference is Thursday through Sunday.

Advertising Manager Jae McCadden and Ralph Newell, Vice President for Business Development & Technology, will represent Diverse at the 2014 STEMtech Conference in Denver from Sunday through Wednesday, Nov. 12.

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Morehead State University didn’t violate First Amendment rights or commit disability discrimination when it denied tenure to an assistant professor of art history, a unanimous federal appeals panel has ruled.

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For-profit colleges that don’t produce graduates capable of paying off their student loans could soon face the wrath of the federal government.

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Murray State University in Kentucky is deferring applications from students in West African countries affected by Ebola until the fall of 2015.

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