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Diverse Conversations: Black Men and College Initiatives ― Fair or Unfair?

Despite the obvious need for college incentive programs for this nation’s young Black men, there are plenty who complain about the special treatment these young men receive.

Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, activists and senior government officials gathered at Howard University to celebrate past achievements and look to the future of racial equality.

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Dr. Kumble R. Subbaswamy is promoting a climate of increased academic standards, improved morale and inclusion at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

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Washington and Lee University says it is removing Confederate battle flags from Lee Chapel on its Lexington campus and will continue to study its historical involvement with slavery.

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July 3 Issue

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In this issue Diverse profiles UMass Amherst chancellor Kumble R. Subbaswamy, one of the few South Asian college presidents in the country. He has made diversity a central focus, winning praise from inside and outside the institution.

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In collaboration with Arizona State University, the company will pay employees’ college tuition during their junior and senior years.

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SEATTLE ― Seattle police say three victims of a shooting on the campus of Seattle Pacific University have been taken to a hospital and one suspect is in custody.

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This issue of Diverse has a special focus on International Education, specifically studying abroad. We profile Cornell University’s Muna Ndulo.

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The respected voice on community college issues delivers a keynote address at the NISOD Conference.

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Dream Catcher

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In this issue, Diverse salutes Dr. Jerry Sue Thornton, the influential former president of Cuyahoga Community College.

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