Asian Americans are ambiguous in civil rights. Perhaps Asian Americans themselves are ambivalen
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Conferences are about reunions with colleagues and friends, presentations on the next innovativ
As more universities and graduate programs drop requirements to submit standardized test scores
There’s a diversity angle in the impeachment hearings you may have overlooked.It’s not just
Among the concepts the law has distorted is “color blindness.” When Martin Luther King, Jr.
Make no mistake, Higher Ed must play a role in impeachment. Not as partisans. But as the contex
People are ignorant of history, even their own.
NYU Steinhardt’s Faculty First-Look Program is a program that brings together graduate studen
I call Larry Itliong a classic H.O., as in “historical omission.”If you talk about the
The call from my college classmate was all too familiar—it started with “he’s super smart
A couple months ago a woman of color colleague posted a pro tip on social media stating that if
The Harvard decision last week makes me cheer. And cry. It solves nothing. It only furthers an
As an alumnus of a Higher Education Administration masters program, and through my involvement
Many people are upset about the sentencing of Felicity Huffman, the prime time star in the Oper