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UCLA Study Offers Hope on Emergency Room Crowding

The research could offer hope to those who worry that the expansion of health coverage under the Affordable Care Act will not ease emergency room crowding as President Obama and others have predicted.

The alleged leader of a drug gang implicated in the disappearance of 43 college students killed himself during a confrontation with Mexican security forces Tuesday, a day after protesters demanding an investigation into the students’ whereabouts burned government buildings in the southern state of Guerrero.

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South Carolina State University still owes $6.5 million on bills and needs more help from the state to move forward, President Thomas Elzey told the Budget and Control Board on Tuesday.

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Community colleges are looking at addressing the achievement gaps of the men of color they enroll with broad, data-backed approaches to helping all students succeed and complete their academic programs.

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The National Initiative for Building Community Trust and Justice will establish an unprecedented mix of strategies for building trust between police and minority communities.

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HONG KONG ― Hong Kong’s government on Thursday canceled talks with student leaders of a pro-democracy protest that has blocked streets in the city for nearly two weeks, with a senior official saying the discussions were unlikely to be constructive.

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Starbucks says more than 1,000 of its workers have enrolled for an upcoming fall semester at Arizona State University to take advantage of a program that helps pay for their tuition.

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HBCUs Must Be Up for the Challenge

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Increasing retention and graduation rates for Black males will require an ambitious effort from both stakeholders and policy makers.

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A new study—titled “The Relationship Between Skin Tone and School Suspension for African Americans”—found that darker-skinned African-American students were more likely to be suspended than those with lighter skin tones.

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Tuskegee’s policy prohibits the use of all tobacco products as well as e-cigarettes, water pipes or vapor devices on all areas of the sprawling campus.

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