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AIDS Education Tour Hits Howard U. during Nation’s Football Classic Weekend

by B. Denise Hawkins | September 12, 2011 Tour organizers say they want to leverage attendance at HBCU homecomings and football classics Read more

University of Central Arkansas President Resigns over Food Service Contract Flap

by Nomaan Merchant, The Associated Press | September 6, 2011
Allen Meadors is the second university president in past four years to leave Central Arkan [...] Read more

Shaw University’s First Female President Quits Just Days After Tornado-damaged School Reopens to Students

by Diverse Staff | August 10, 2011
The South’s oldest historically Black college, which suffered damage to 27 buildings when a t [...] Read more

Tornado-damaged Shaw University Closes Doors for the School Year

by Marlon Walker | April 21, 2011
Officials at Shaw University decided to end the semester early after a storm damaged buildings [...] Read more

First-Person Narrative: HBCU Alumnus Explores Hampton Humanities Online Class

by Marlon Walker | November 10, 2010
Diverse correspondent Marlon Walker experiences HamptonU Online, which promises a slice of the [...] Read more

Race-based Facebook Controversy Stirs Minnesota Campus

by John Lundy, Duluth News Tribune | April 26, 2010
The Facebook conversation that roiled the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) in mid-April con [...] Read more

Massachusetts News Nuggets

by Carla Deford | February 19, 2009
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts has such a rich concentration of higher education, we can’t [...] Read more

Reshaping the Landscape, One Student at a Time

by Kirk Beldon Jackson | November 27, 2008
Carmen Twillie Ambar knows that some people think women’s colleges are obsolete. [...] Read more

Presidents of Maryland’s Black Colleges Testify About Disparities

by Michelle J. Nealy | November 13, 2008
No stranger to belt-tightening during tough economic times, presidents from two of Maryland’s [...] Read more

Hispanic Heritage Month 2008

by DIVERSE Staff | September 17, 2008
On September 15, academic institutions and cultural groups nationwide embarked on a month-long [...] Read more

Pennsylvania State University System Snuffs Out All Smoking

by Associated Press |
With virtually no warning, smoking at 14 of Pennsylvania’s state-owned universities has been [...] Read more

Castro’s Daughter to Speak at SIU-Carbondale

by DIVERSE Staff | September 10, 2008
Alina Fernandez, daughter of former Cuban President Fidel Castro, is scheduled to speak Sept. 2 [...] Read more

Community College Mentoring Programs Help Students Stay Engaged

by Dianne Hayes | July 24, 2008
Unemployment, poor housing, inadequate preparation, childcare needs, discrimination and low exp [...] Read more

Minnesota State University-Mankato Nearly Triples Minority Student Enrollment

by Ibram Rogers | July 11, 2008
For the last month, about 50 recent high school graduates of color have been on the campus of M [...] Read more

Commuter Colleges Go Residential, Gain Enrollment

by Associated Press | July 3, 2008
The neighborhood around Georgia State University was for years a maze of boarded up storefronts [...] Read more
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