Posts tagged: Social Media - Diverse


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Why You Should Post Your COVID Vaccine on Social Media

by Brittany Ladson | January 14, 2021 “If you don’t post your COVID vaccine on social media, do you even form antibodies?” was Read more

Op-ed Urging Jill Biden to Drop ‘Dr.’ Honorific Sparks Heated Critiques of Sexism and Elitism

by | December 14, 2020
A Friday Wall Street Journal op-ed asking soon-to-be First Lady Dr. Jill Biden to drop the hono [...] Read more

Bowie State University Police Officer on Administrative Leave After Alleged Incident with Student

by | October 5, 2020
Last week, a police officer at Bowie State University was placed on administrative leave after [...] Read more

Representation is Power: Why Exploring What Black Children Watch Matters

by Jeremy C. McCool and Tamara N. Moten | August 27, 2020
With streaming platforms such as Disney+, Netflix, and Hulu rising, children have access to car [...] Read more

New Media, New Possibilities: How Social Media Is Shaping Today’s Social Movements

by | August 19, 2020
For young activists in the 1960s, television was the promising new medium through which they co [...] Read more

Supporting International Students in Time of Coronavirus: Looking Beyond Immigration Concerns

by Musbah Shaheen | July 30, 2020
The higher education community went into a collective uproar following the ICE guidelines that [...] Read more

Brigham Young U Under Fire for Comparing Latter-day Saints’ History to that of African Americans

by | June 24, 2020
Brigham Young University-Idaho is under fire after its Performing and Visual Arts Facebook acco [...] Read more

In the Face of Hate, Public Universities Struggle to Balance Inclusivity, Free Speech

by | June 23, 2020
With students and faculty posting heated — and in some cases, racist — reactions to current [...] Read more

Can Faculty at Historically Black Colleges and Universities Replicate Part of the HBCU Experience Through an Online Format?

by Robert T. Palmer and Morris Thomas | June 9, 2020
It is important for HBCUs to recognize that online learning continues to be one the fastest gro [...] Read more

Inclusive Excellence, Now and Forever: How Predominately White Institutions of Higher Education Can Keep Their Promise to Students of Color

by Will Broussard, Adriel A. Hilton and Henry Morris | May 24, 2020
The impact of COVID-19 and the ensuing health, societal, and financial fallout have been disast [...] Read more

Ethnic Studies Faculty Embrace Academic Twitter

by | March 4, 2020
When Harvard University denied tenure to renowned Latinx scholar Dr. Lorgia García Peña, a sm [...] Read more

UAlbany Asian Students Call for Investigation of Coronavirus-Themed Party

by | February 18, 2020
Asian students and members of the University of Albany Asian American Alliance are requesting t [...] Read more

Owens Community College President Creates Initiative to Combat Community College Stigma

by | December 5, 2019
To combat “pejorative” and “outdated” views on community colleges, Owens Community Coll [...] Read more

Halloween, a Season for Racist Costumes

by | October 18, 2019
The season for trick-or-treating, carving jack-o-lanterns and watching horror movies has arri [...] Read more

Report: Underrepresented High School Students Engage More With Institutions Through Social Media

by | September 23, 2019
Social media is transforming the college admissions and recruitment process, especially for und [...] Read more
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