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When Asian Americans Hear Hate Crime, We Think of Vincent Chin

by Emil Guillermo | June 21, 2015
The anniversary of his beating death in 1982 coincides with the mourning in Charleston. [...] Read more

Jackson State Presents $42M Plan to Buy Land for New Dorm

by Emily Wagster Pettus, Associated Press | June 18, 2015
Jackson State University officials want to issue $42 million in bonds to finance construction o [...] Read more

Judge Denies Freed Illinois Man Certificate of Innocence

by Associated Press |
A Cook County judge on Thursday denied a certificate of innocence to a man whose murder convict [...] Read more

Pennsylvania College of Technology (Penn College)

Pennsylvania College of Technology (Penn College) SENIOR STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICER: Williamsport, [...] Read more

Prosecutor Says Detention of Virginia Student was Justified

by Associated Press | June 17, 2015
A prosecutor said Wednesday that he found no evidence of excessive force or racism by officers [...] Read more


MADELINE PUMARIEGA has been appointed chancellor of the Florida College System. She was chief [...] Read more

Catholic College in Massachusetts Closing

by Associated Press | June 16, 2015
A small Roman Catholic college in Massachusetts has announced that it is closing at the end of [...] Read more

UVA Names New Dorm ‘Gibbons House’ After 2 Former Slaves

by Associated Press | June 15, 2015
The newest dorm at the University of Virginia has been named after two former slaves who became [...] Read more


| June 10, 2015
SYDNEY ROSE LEO has been appointed vice president for finance and administration and chief fina [...] Read more

Proposal to Drug Test Members of Greek Life Dropped

by Associated Press | June 8, 2015
COLUMBIA, Mo. ― A proposal to require drug testing of fraternity and sorority members living [...] Read more

Out for Justice

| June 4, 2015
Thrust in limelight by Freddie Gray case, Marilyn Mosby and husband Nick say HBCU helped prepar [...] Read more

South Carolina Legal Scholars Weigh In on N. Charleston Murder Case

by Pearl Stewart | May 31, 2015
Law professors and their students at the University of South Carolina had intense class discuss [...] Read more


| May 26, 2015
LORI GONZALEZ has been appointed vice chancellor for academic, faculty, and student affairs at [...] Read more

John Nash: A Life of Great Struggle and Even Greater Success

by Bruce Shipkowski, Associated Press | May 25, 2015
Born to an electrical engineer, and later a precocious and dashing young man who attained an Iv [...] Read more

Did Columbia University President Snub ‘Mattress Girl’?

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No handshake on class day for rape victim/activist, and there’s video. [...] Read more