Posts tagged: Georgia - Diverse

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Georgia’s Black Voters Can Make History Again

by Ben Jealous | December 3, 2020 Vice President-elect Kamala Harris made a brilliant choice in opening her remarks at the Democr Read more

SAT, ACT Scores Still Required for Some Scholarships in Georgia

by | September 14, 2020
SAT and ACT scores are optional next year for admission to Georgia public colleges and universi [...] Read more

John Lewis, Civil Rights Icon, Dies at 80

| July 19, 2020
John Robert Lewis, civil rights icon and longtime Congressman, died on Friday after a six-month [...] Read more

SIAC Announces Suspension of 2020 Fall Sports and Championship Events

| July 10, 2020
The Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, which includes primarily historically Black i [...] Read more

As Hundreds of Students Join George Floyd Protests, Some Black Students Become Targets of Police

by | June 1, 2020
As hundreds of college students nationwide joined the George Floyd protests over the weekend, p [...] Read more

Penn State U Student Says He Was Racially Abused While Driving to Ohio

| May 26, 2020
Aeneas Hawkins, an African American student from Penn State University, said on Twitter he was [...] Read more

Music Icon Little Richard Will Be Buried at His HBCU Alma Mater

| May 18, 2020
Rock and Roll legend Little Richard, who died of bone cancer on May 9, will be buried on Wednes [...] Read more

Morris Brown Partners With Point University, Discounted Graduate Programs

by | January 21, 2020
Students at the historically Black Morris Brown College (MBC) can now enroll in Point Universit [...] Read more

Georgia Considers Limits On College Course Payments

by | January 17, 2020
Georgia lawmakers are considering limits on what colleges high school students can enroll at an [...] Read more

Bill Introduced in Georgia Will Allow Payment of College Athletes

by | October 24, 2019
A new bill will be introduced in the Georgia General Assembly that will permit college athletes [...] Read more

Seven Charged in Sex and Prostitution Ring on Georgia Campus

| October 22, 2018
Seven people, some prominent figures, have been charged in connection with what law-enforcement [...] Read more

Stacey Abrams Could Become Nation’s First Black Female Governor

by Walter Hudson | May 23, 2018
Stacey Abrams, the 44-year-old Spelman graduate, shocked the political establishment when she b [...] Read more

Georgia Appeals Court Rules Against Immigrants Over In-state Tuition

by Kate Brumback, Associated Press | October 25, 2017
ATLANTA — Immigrants who have been granted temporary status to stay in the U.S. will have to [...] Read more

Georgia Bans Funding to ‘Sanctuary’ Campuses Under New Law

by Associated Press | April 27, 2017
ATLANTA — Private colleges that don’t cooperate with federal immigration authorities would [...] Read more