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Recalling an Affirmative Gesture

by | January 4, 2021

The college radio station is where I learned to be me. Maybe that’s because the radio audienc

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The Rich Get Richer in the Midst of a Pandemic

The Rich Get Richer in the Midst of a Pandemic

by | December 17, 2020

In order to stay above water, institutions are making drastic decisions – implementing hiring

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Diversity’s Day of Infamy

Diversity’s Day of Infamy

by | December 15, 2020

The recent revelation that Johns Hopkins, once thought to be a “good guy”, owned four slave

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I Have Two Last Names – Here is Why They Both Matter

I Have Two Last Names – Here is Why They Both Matter

by | December 7, 2020

“I have two last names,” that is the very first thing I say, since I moved to the States, e

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HSI by Choice or By Circumstance: Examining R1 Hispanic Serving Institutions

HSI by Choice or By Circumstance: Examining R1 Hispanic Serving Institutions

by | December 1, 2020

Representing 18% of the U.S. population, the growth of the Latinx population continues to grow

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Students Leave Campus for Thanksgiving—Will They Return?

Students Leave Campus for Thanksgiving—Will They Return?

by | November 24, 2020

Kentucky got beat by Alabama pretty bad last Saturday in football. But I’m sure my friend Ted

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Democracy, Diversity Back on Track

Democracy, Diversity Back on Track

by | November 11, 2020

A Trump concession? Don’t expect to see one, unless it’s a hot dog cart on Fifth Ave. The s

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In the Wake of Disaster, the 2020 Election

In the Wake of Disaster, the 2020 Election

by | November 5, 2020

I sit here today writing from the pit of my stomach. I have a dirty little secret. I have only

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The Tight Battle for Diversity’s Vote

The Tight Battle for Diversity’s Vote

by | November 3, 2020

The anxiety from watching America’s electoral sense of itself trickle in was nearly unbearabl

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Judge Amy Coney Barrett and Affirmative Action

Judge Amy Coney Barrett and Affirmative Action

by | October 27, 2020

If you’ve watched any of the saga also known as the Amy Coney Barrett confirmation process, t

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Trump, Notre Dame President Should Follow Delaware State’s Tony Allen

Trump, Notre Dame President Should Follow Delaware State’s Tony Allen

by | October 15, 2020

Tony Allen, president of Delaware State, an HBCU, knows what it takes to beat COVID. A mandator

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Trump’s Handling of Census Proves He’s the Anti-Diversity President; Plus, Univ. of California’s White Affirmative Action

Trump’s Handling of Census Proves He’s the Anti-Diversity President; Plus, Univ. of California’s White Affirmative Action

by | September 28, 2020

The presidential debate is coming up on Tuesday, but there’s no question about this: Donald T

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Why I Won’t Give Up on My Fraternity

Why I Won’t Give Up on My Fraternity

by | September 25, 2020

When I joined my fraternity, I knew I made a commitment for a lifetime and not only during the

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Voter Suppression During COVID-19

Voter Suppression During COVID-19

by | September 21, 2020

Since the United States’ founding, our elections have been fraught with fraud, abuses of powe

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Downplaying Coronavirus and the New Town and Gown

Downplaying Coronavirus and the New Town and Gown

by | September 15, 2020

Journalist Bob Woodward’s new book, Rage, had pre-release bombshell when it was revealed last

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