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Training Young Leaders to Effect Change Abroad

by SARAH LAKE | March 20, 2008
Despite language barriers and culture clashes, international students participate in U.S. progr [...] Read more

Hispanics Bearing the Brunt of Xenophobia

by Peter Galuszka | February 20, 2008
Resentment of undocumented immigrants has become a major part of the political agenda from nat [...] Read more

Hispanics Bearing the Brunt of Xenophobia

by Peter Galuszka |
Angry at what some believe is federal inaction in policing borders, states and localities are a [...] Read more

Hispanics Bearing the Brunt of Xenophobia

by Peter Galuszka | February 19, 2008
Resentment of undocumented immigrants has become a major part of the political agenda from nati [...] Read more

Just the Stats: U.S. Students Lag Behind in Math and Science

by Olivia Majesky-Pullmann | January 22, 2008
Overall, U.S. students are performing better in math and science than students in foreign coun [...] Read more

Energy-conscious Crowds Line Up for Solar Home Competition on National Mall

by Associated Press | October 22, 2007
WASHINGTON Solar power, still a tiny fraction of the energy used today, may be heading closer [...] Read more

Perspectives: Empty Promises in the STEM Fields

by Walter V. Collier | October 3, 2007
Are efforts to broaden diversity leading to empty promises of increased employment opportunitie [...] Read more

Internet changes way students learn in Tuscaloosa

by Associated Press | September 23, 2007
TUSCALOOSA Ala. If you've got an American History class at Northridge High School, you can for [...] Read more

Former Ark. guardsman recalls Central High duty

by Associated Press | September 20, 2007
LONOKE Ark. When young Bob Evans was ordered to report to guard duty one September night, he h [...] Read more

Black scholars on sports: controversial book brings Black intellectuals together to discuss whether African Americans are preoccupied with sports – John Hoberman, ‘Darwin’s Athletes:

by Ronald Roach | July 13, 2007
Controversial book brings Black intellectuals together to discuss whether African Americans are [...] Read more

Bloom & board: black school helps students blossom away from home – Piney Woods Country Life School

by B. Denise Hawkins | July 11, 2007
It's a muggy spring morning and the spirit is alive and moving through many of the students gat [...] Read more

Bloom & board: black school helps students blossom away from home – Piney Woods Country Life School

by B. Denise Hawkins |
It's a muggy spring morning and the spirit is alive and moving through many of the students gat [...] Read more

Bloom & board: black school helps students blossom away from home – Piney Woods Country Life School

by B. Denise Hawkins |
It's a muggy spring morning and the spirit is alive and moving through many of the students gat [...] Read more

Study: Chocolate Reduces Blood Pressure

by Associated Press | July 4, 2007
CHICAGO Here's some good and bad news for chocoholics: Dark chocolate seems to lower blood pre [...] Read more

Florida Memorial University Student Close to Setting Aviation Record

by Associated Press | June 23, 2007
HOUSTON Two stops before completing his record-setting, around-the-world flight, Barrington I [...] Read more