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AANHPIHM “Poster Boy” Is Accused Student Who Stands Up to Dartmouth

by | May 10, 2021

Sirey Zhang is the new higher ed poster boy for Asian American Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander

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Can HBCUs Capitalize on the Hemp Rush?

Can HBCUs Capitalize on the Hemp Rush?

by | May 6, 2021

The landscape for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) is rapidly changing amid

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Shaking Up the Athletic Lottery

Shaking Up the Athletic Lottery

by | April 27, 2021

Sports has long been a fixture in American life generally and in communities of color more spec

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Diverse Jury Saw George Floyd as Human and Delivered Justice

Diverse Jury Saw George Floyd as Human and Delivered Justice

by | April 26, 2021

One aspect of the  Derek Chauvin verdicts in the murder of George Floyd that people fail to se

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The Jalen Hurts Template on How to Handle Career Storms

The Jalen Hurts Template on How to Handle Career Storms

by | April 16, 2021

There are lessons from college sports that can be transferred to other areas of life, even to h

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Engaging Academia on My Own Terms

Engaging Academia on My Own Terms

by | April 14, 2021

I associated my belonging and success in academia with persisting and succeeding in the “trad

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Do People Really Think Harvard Admissions Discriminates Against Asians?

Do People Really Think Harvard Admissions Discriminates Against Asians?

by | April 12, 2021

Harvard’s admissions process is based on a holistic sense of the applicant, not just grades a

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More Than an Athlete: Pivoting to a New Paradigm

More Than an Athlete: Pivoting to a New Paradigm

by | April 7, 2021

Student-athletes all have some level of investment in their particular sport. This investment c

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There Is No Such Thing as Asian Privilege

There Is No Such Thing as Asian Privilege

by | April 6, 2021

My mom let me know that she recently purchased a walking stick for when she and my father walk

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Are Your Institution’s Diversity and Equity Efforts Cosmetic or Courageous?

Are Your Institution’s Diversity and Equity Efforts Cosmetic or Courageous?

by | March 30, 2021

The hardest and most needed changes will require courage. It will require some degree of risk.

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Higher Ed’s Diversity Gave First Filipino Attorney General In California A Boost

Higher Ed’s Diversity Gave First Filipino Attorney General In California A Boost

by | March 29, 2021

Asian American college students were protesting in San Francisco about the rise in Asian Americ

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Why College Basketball Players Should Boycott the NCAA Tournament

Why College Basketball Players Should Boycott the NCAA Tournament

by | March 17, 2021

The players have more power and leverage than ever before as there can be no games without them

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The S.T.E.M. Pipeline Test: Will Underrepresented Groups Be Left at the Station as the Tech Train Takes Off?

The S.T.E.M. Pipeline Test: Will Underrepresented Groups Be Left at the Station as the Tech Train Takes Off?

by | March 16, 2021

Years of talking about and organizing around diversifying the science, technology, engineering,

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What Can We Do to Stop Anti-Asian Hate Crimes?

What Can We Do to Stop Anti-Asian Hate Crimes?

by | March 15, 2021

Pak Ho is a  75 year-old-Asian American who died last Thursday (March 11) after he was robbed

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Reflections of a Woman in STEM

Reflections of a Woman in STEM

by | March 11, 2021

It is no secret that women remain underrepresented in STEM fields. Based on data from the Natio

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