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A Primer on Asian Americans

by | April 7, 2020

Asian Americans fight against “the perpetual foreigner syndrome.” That is the sentiment tha

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Officials and Advocates Seek to Halt Title IX Rule Changes Amid COVID-19 Disruptions

by Pearl Stewart | April 6, 2020

Three Senators joined 18 state attorneys general and a leading academic association to urge the

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Many U of Chicago Students Want 50% Tuition Cut During Pandemic

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A student group at the University of Chicago is demanding a 50% tuition cut and the elimination

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More Than 120 Faculty Want GWU President to Resign Over ‘Racist’ Comments, Leadership Style

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More than 120 faculty of George Washington University renewed calls for the institution’s

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Amid Pandemic, Santa Clara U Offers Test-Optional Undergraduate Admissions for Two Years

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Santa Clara University is offering two-year test-optional admissions for first-year and transfe

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Meet Dr. Walter R. Allen, A Dr. John Hope Franklin Award Recipient

by Lois Elfman |

When Dr. Walter R. Allen takes on a research project, there must always be a larger purpose —

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SFSU Asian American Studies Chair Documents Trump’s “Chinese Virus” Hate

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From March 20- April 1, Dr. Russell Jeung and community activists set up a “Stop-AAPI-Hate”

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How Do Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders Compare on the Student Debt Crisis

by | April 5, 2020

Coming to the end of a long winnowing process, now only two Democratic presidential candidates

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The Right Fight: San Diego State’s Department of Women’s Studies Celebrates 50 Years

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During the 1960s, social movements gained momentum across the United States in neighborhoods, c

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Strengthening Governance at Historically Black Colleges and Universities

by Charlie Nelms & Alvin J. Schexnider |

Once this pandemic has receded or is over, higher education as we have known it will not return

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During the Pandemic, Some Universities Are Aiding Small Businesses Around Campus

| April 3, 2020

Some wealthy universities are helping small businesses around their campuses keep afloat as the

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Amid Health Emergency, U of California Commits to No Layoffs Through June

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The University of California (UC), which has the third-largest workforce in the state, said it

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Ivy League Won’t Allow Spring Sports Athletes to Compete as Graduate Students

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The Ivy League won’t allow an additional year of eligibility to its spring-sport athletes who

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In Florida, Officials Agree to Allow Early Voting on College Campuses

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In a settlement with voting rights advocates, Florida officials on Friday agreed to allow early

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U of Pittsburgh Scientists Say They’ve Developed a Potential Coronavirus Vaccine

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Scientists at the University of Pittsburgh said they’ve found a potential vaccine for the new

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