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Morgan State Seeks to Make History in National HBCU Quiz Bowl Competition

The 25th anniversary year of the Honda Campus All-Star Challenge culminates this week with the national championship tournament at which Morgan State University seeks a third consecutive national title.

According to the Institute of International Education (IIE), of all U.S. students that participate in study abroad programs, 76.4 percent are White as of 2012.

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Founded in 1903, North Dakota State College of Science (NDSCS) is one of the oldest two-year, comprehensive, residential colleges in the nation. NDSCS delivers learner-focused education through a unique and evolving collegiate experience. Using innovative delivery strategies, NDSCS anticipates and responds to statewide and regional needs by providing access to occupational/technical programs, transfer programs and […]

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Founded in 1693 by King William III and Queen Mary II of England, the College of William & Mary (W&M) boasts that it is unlike any other university in America. William & Mary is the second oldest college in the nation, but also a cutting-edge research university. It is highly selective, public and strives to […]

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Fundraisers, others on campus, follow Cupid’s arrow when seeking help from alumni.

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Deborah Delisle Defends Obama Administration’s Education Policy Agenda Elite California Universities Partner to Recruit Minorities in STEM Morgan State Constructing New School of Business in Honor of Earl Graves Drexel Discrimination Suit May Jeopardize Privacy Rights of Uninvolved Students

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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.

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University of California Campus Climate Study has provided important new data on what officials describe as the system’s most comprehensive effort ever to measure the social climate at its 10 campuses.

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Diane F. Remler has joined Cox, Matthews and Associates as Assistant to the Operations Department. She has more than 20 years of experience working in the Washington, D.C., area for some of the most prestigious law firms in the nation. She is a licensed Zumba instructor and a member of the Art Deco Society of Washington.

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South Puget Sound Community College says it was a mistake for an employee group to invite only people of color to a diversity “happy hour.”

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