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Enslaving ‘Free Speech Zones’

Whenever I read the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, I am struck by the distance between the American creed and American reality, a distance widening wherever I look.

While enrollment numbers for Latino students are relatively high, the degree attainment data in the report exposes a significant equity gap in college completion.

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A 2015 budget plan narrowly approved by the House of Representatives late last week would impose major cuts on higher education, including a 10-year freeze on Pell grants and reduced funds for student loans.

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Far too many Americans are still reluctant to confront in an honest and direct manner the topic of race.

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Founded in 1842, Ohio Wesleyan University (OWU) is a national liberal arts and sciences university with a major international presence. Already honored as one of the nation’s finest liberal arts undergraduate institutions, OWU is moving ahead with bold curricular initiatives that connect theory to practice in a global context. Vice President Craig Ullom leads the […]

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Founded in 1938 and one of only two polytechnic universities in the state, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (Cal Poly Pomona) is known for its learn-by-doing philosophy. The university recognizes that students who solve classroom problems today have an advantage as employees solving real-world problems tomorrow. Federally designated as a Hispanic-serving institution, Cal Poly Pomona […]

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Founded in 1927 as the Junior Agricultural School of Central Arkansas, Arkansas State University-Beebe (ASUB) is a regional state university that is an operationally separate, two-year institution of the Arkansas State University System. With campuses located in Beebe, Heber Springs, Searcy and Little Rock Air Force Base, ASUB offers associate’s degrees, certificates and non-credit training […]

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Georgia is on course to become one of the nation’s largest experiments in privatized college dorms, but it’s unclear whether the changes will lower students’ bills at a time when university costs are soaring.

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With the NCAA making a profit of more than one billion dollars a year, I’ve got nothing against the unionization of student-athletes.

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University of Kansas students will not have to pay a $25-per-semester fee for athletics, but they will have to pay two other new fees in the fall, Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little said.

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