Posts tagged: Public Policy - Diverse

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Land-grant HBCUs Seeking Aid from Congress

by Reginald Stuart | December 4, 2016

The nation’s 19 historically Black land-grant colleges are expected this week to have a Congr [...]

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In the Spirit of Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse

by Roberto Rodriguez |

Chicago poet Susana Sandoval says her stay at Standing Rock has been a spiritually transforming [...]

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Report: True Cost of Federal Student Loan Forgiveness $100B

by Catherine Morris | December 1, 2016

The Government Accountability Office said that the federal student loans tied to income will ha [...]

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Omarosa to Represent Trump at NAFEO’s Presidents and Chancellors Briefing

by Reginald Stuart |

Presidents of the nation’s 106 HBCUs are set this weekend for a dialogue on the impact of thi [...]

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‘Sanctuary Campus’ Movement Taking Shape as Trump Threat to DACA Looms

by Emil Guillermo | November 27, 2016

The dashing of the executive orders of President Obama will be the low-hanging fruit for a Trum [...]

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Salt Lake Tribune to Request BYU Police Records in Court

by Associated Press | November 21, 2016

SALT LAKE CITY — A Salt Lake City newspaper is suing for access to records from Brigham Young [...]

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College Students Protest Donald Trump’s Deportation Plans

by Carolyn Thompson, Associated Press | November 17, 2016

College students at campuses around the United States marched and rallied Wednesday, urging adm [...]

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Department of Education Officials Recount Gains as Uncertainty Looms

by Catherine Morris | November 16, 2016

What the future holds for U.S. Department of Education initiatives and the higher education sec [...]

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Experts: Trump’s Election May Slow Influx of International Students at U.S. Colleges

by Matt Krupnick | November 15, 2016

In the midst of concerns about President-elect Donald Trump, survey suggests that students who [...]

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