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Cosby’s Lawyer Remains Chairman of Temple University Trustees

by GEOFF MULVIHILL and MARYCLAIRE DALE, Associated Press | July 23, 2015

Bill Cosby, once the very public pride of Temple University, parted ways with the school last y [...]

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University of Michigan Settles Disability Bias Lawsuit

by Associated Press |

The U.S. Department of Justice says it has settled a lawsuit against the University of Michiga [...]

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Professor: Student Debt Threatening American Dream

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | July 22, 2015

William Elliott said stakeholders must ask whether students who go to college and get debt can [...]

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Jobs Elusive for Puerto Ricans Flocking to Central Florida

by Marisol Medina, Associated Press | July 21, 2015

MIAMI — Mayra Rios didn’t want to leave her native Puerto Rico, but the constant bullyi [...]

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Clemson Trustees Call Tillman ‘Repugnant,’ Fail to Remove Name

by Jeffrey Collins, Associated Press | July 19, 2015

COLUMBIA, S.C. ― Clemson University trustees passed a resolution Friday calling the racist vi [...]

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Purdue University Eliminates Chief Diversity Officer Role

by Associated Press | July 14, 2015

A provost at Purdue University will take over the school's diversity efforts after the school e [...]

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ED Enforces Complaint System for Colleges and Universities

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | July 12, 2015

In an effort to avert fiascos that leave college students in a lurch, the U.S. Department of Ed [...]

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South Carolina’s Action on Flag Leads NCAA to Lift Ban

by Diverse Staff | July 9, 2015

As a result of the South Carolina’s decision to remove the Confederate battle flag from its c [...]

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HBCUs Advised Not to Run Away from Bad News

by Autumn A. Arnett |

The biggest detriment to any campus media relations department is the idea that negative media [...]

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