Posts tagged: Crime - Diverse

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| January 20, 2016
JUN LIU has been named vice provost for global affairs and dean of international academic progr [...] Read more

2015: Yet Another Turbulent Year for Black America

by | January 18, 2016
To put it bluntly, 2015 was a year that left its brash, brutal, ugly stain of racism on America [...] Read more

Keeping the Faith for African-American Males

by | January 6, 2016
Well, 2016 is officially here and, as Black people, we must stop this violence upon ourselves. [...] Read more

SUNY Broome’s Health Care MOOC Gaining Global Attention

by Catherine Morris | January 5, 2016
Foundations for Assisting in Home Care is targeted at individuals who are considering pursuing [...] Read more

Innocent Until Proven Guilty, but is Anyone in Higher Ed Standing With Bill Cosby?

by Emil Guillermo | January 4, 2016
If Bill Cosby used to give millions to your school, as he did to Spelman College, you can be as [...] Read more


| December 16, 2015
TOMAS GOMEZ-ARIAS has been appointed chief diversity officer of Saint Mary’s College of Calif [...] Read more

Where is the America that I Used to Know?

by | December 8, 2015
There is a disturbing part of America that has reared its ugly head and is making an attempt to [...] Read more

Armed Security Expected at Community Colleges in Connecticut

| December 1, 2015
by Catherine Morris The Hartford Courant reports that security staff at Connecticut’s communi [...] Read more

Suicide, Substance Abuse Taking Toll on Segment of Middle-aged Whites

by | November 12, 2015
There has been a lot of buzz about the recent report conducted by recent Nobel Prize-winning ec [...] Read more


| November 4, 2015
JULIANA STRATTON was appointed director of the Center for Public Safety and Justice at the Univ [...] Read more

After Narrow Vote, FAMU Board Chairman Resigns

by Gary Fineout, Associated Press | October 25, 2015
Saying that his current relationship with Florida A&M University President Elmira Mangum is “ [...] Read more

South African President to Meet Students Protesting Tuition Hikes

by Christopher Torchia, Associated Press | October 22, 2015
Thousands of South African university students demonstrated outside the headquarters of the cou [...] Read more

Franklin & Marshall Latest to Rescind Cosby Honorary Degree

by The Associated Press | October 20, 2015
LANCASTER, Pa. — A Pennsylvania college has become the latest school to rescind an honorary d [...] Read more

Tennessee Lawmaker Considering Bill to Allow College Faculty to be Armed

by Lucas L. Johnson II, Associated Press | October 15, 2015
A Republican state lawmaker says he might offer legislation authorizing faculty and employees a [...] Read more

Tufts University, Goucher College Revoke Honorary Degrees Given to Cosby

by William J. Kole, Associated Press |
Two more colleges announced Thursday they have rescinded honorary degrees given to Bill Cosby, [...] Read more