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More Pizzagate Fallout: Purdue Takes Name Off Building, Offers to Return $8M Gift

by | August 6, 2018 The John H. Schnatter Center for Economic Research will soon revert to its old name as the Purd Read more

UNCF Expands Scholars Program

by | July 25, 2018
The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) announced Wednesday that it will expand its UNCF/Koch Scho [...] Read more

Harvard Scholar Under Investigation Amid Allegations of Sexual Misconduct

by Walter Hudson | May 29, 2018
Dr. Roland Fryer, Jr., who became the youngest African-American to win tenure as an economics p [...] Read more

Ensuring Rural Students Succeed

by Allen Kenneth Schaidle | May 25, 2018
Raised in rural central Illinois, my adjustment from rurality to a university campus packed wit [...] Read more

On-Campus Barbershop Provides Free Cuts to Students

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | October 15, 2017
Howard University’s on-campus barbershop is the brainchild of Corvias, a privately-owned comp [...] Read more

University of Alaska Fairbanks to Eliminate Economics Degree

by Associated Press | July 26, 2017
FAIRBANKS, Alaska — The University of Alaska Fairbanks is discontinuing its economics degree [...] Read more

Colonizing Black Lives: The ‘Crusade’ for All Lives and White Fragility

by Robin L. Hughes and Natasha Flowers | January 31, 2016
We have all been bombarded with social media messages that attempt to redirect our attention an [...] Read more

Study Refutes Narrative of Mexican Immigrants Taking Jobs from Americans

by Lydia Lum | January 7, 2016
Low-skilled Mexican-born workers did not strain the resources of major U.S. cities during the e [...] Read more

Forum Examines ‘Unintended Consequences’ of Blacks’ Incarceration

by Lydia Lum | January 6, 2016
Dr. Samuel L. Myers Jr. of the University of Minnesota says that “the list of unintended cons [...] Read more

Teens, Blacks See Job Gains for July

| August 11, 2015
It looks as though lots of teenagers landed summer jobs in July. [...] Read more

Jobs Elusive for Puerto Ricans Flocking to Central Florida

by Marisol Medina, Associated Press | July 21, 2015
MIAMI — Mayra Rios didn’t want to leave her native Puerto Rico, but the constant bullyi [...] Read more

Judge Rejects Faculty Position Bias Suit

by Eric Freedman | June 17, 2015
A federal judge has rejected a race and age discrimination suit by an applicant of Pakistani an [...] Read more

BENJAMIN OLA. AKANDE

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BENJAMIN OLA. AKANDE has been named president of Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri. He wi [...] Read more

JOSE SARTARELLI

| May 5, 2015
JOSE SARTARELLI has been named chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. He [...] Read more

Founder of African Center Takes On Boston University Over its Closure

by Associated Press | April 20, 2015
Tension is mounting in a dispute over the pending closure of a Boston University multicultural [...] Read more
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