Posts tagged: Politics - Diverse

Black Intellectuals Ponder How Best to Share Knowledge

by Lois Elfman | April 14, 2016
A recurring theme was how the world beyond the academy has to affect how a Black intellectual v [...] Read more

Thought Leader

| April 4, 2016
Diverse salutes community college pioneer Terry O'Banion, the 2016 recipient of the Diverse Cha [...] Read more

Putting Emory Chalk Talk in Perspective

by Emil Guillermo | March 28, 2016
The students felt terrorized by a number of chalk graffiti markings that indicate a preference [...] Read more

A Positive thing about Donald Trump’s Presidential Run

by Emil Guillermo | March 21, 2016
While people point to Donald Trump tapping the anger of the American electorate, you always kno [...] Read more

Trump, Enabler of American Political Hooliganism?

by Emil Guillermo | March 14, 2016
If you like your politics raucous and raunchy, Donald Trump has been your candidate this year. [...] Read more

Fight for the Diversity Vote Intensifies as Week’s Primaries Focus on Michigan and Mississippi

by | March 7, 2016
Late last week, Def Jam entrepreneur Russell Simmons announced he was supporting Hillary Clinto [...] Read more

Diverse on the Go

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Vice President Ralph Newell is attending the ACPA Convention in Montreal through Wednesday, an [...] Read more

Diverse on the Go

| March 4, 2016
Vice President Ralph Newell is attending the ACPA Convention in Montreal this weekend, an event [...] Read more

Joseph Continues to Bridge Eras of Social Change

by Catherine Morris | March 1, 2016
James A. Joseph says that a friend of his sums up his life thusly: “It’s interesting to see [...] Read more

Fairfield University Investigating ‘insensitive’ Party

| February 22, 2016
By Associated Pres FAIRFIELD, Conn. — Fairfield University says it is looking into allegation [...] Read more

Replacement for Scalia Becoming an Issue of a Generation

by Emil Guillermo | February 14, 2016
In a presidential election year, with 34 Senate seats also in play, the death of Antonin Scalia [...] Read more

Yes, Black History Month is Relevant

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In various quarters of the nation, people will engage in various celebrations and acknowledgmen [...] Read more

EILEEN O’CONNOR

| February 11, 2016
EILEEN O’CONNOR has been appointed vice president for communication at Yale University. She w [...] Read more

JESSICA CHEN WEISS

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JESSICA CHEN WEISS has been named an associate professor of government at Cornell University. S [...] Read more

Skidmore College’s Wiley Embraces Being ‘Professor of Place’

by B. Denise Hawkins | February 10, 2016
Dr. Amber N. Wiley, a 2016 Diverse Emerging Scholar, says travel experiences ignited her intere [...] Read more