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Trump, Notre Dame President Should Follow Delaware State’s Tony Allen

by | October 15, 2020 Tony Allen, president of Delaware State, an HBCU, knows what it takes to beat COVID. A mandator Read more

Higher Ed Remembers Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

by | September 20, 2020
The death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday at the age of 87 dealt a [...] Read more

The Trump Administration Is ‘Temporarily’ Rejecting All New DACA Applications and Shortening Renewals

by | July 29, 2020
Weeks after the Supreme Court blocked the Trump administration’s attempt to end Deferred [...] Read more

Supreme Court Blocks Trump’s Attempt to End DACA, Educators Celebrate

by | June 18, 2020
The Supreme Court on Thursday blocked the Trump administration’s attempt to end the Deferred [...] Read more

After Supreme Court’s LGBTQ Ruling, Hope for Two Former U of Minnesota Duluth Coaches

| June 16, 2020
Monday’s Supreme Court ruling, which protects LGBTQ workers from discrimination under federal [...] Read more

Supreme Court Rules That Federal Law Protects LGBTQ Workers From Discrimination

by | June 15, 2020
The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that federal law protects LGBTQ workers from discrimination. [...] Read more

Top Higher Ed Groups Create New DACA Resources Website

| May 8, 2020
Several influential higher education groups have created a new website, ‘Remember the Dreamer [...] Read more

DACA Students Wonder What’s Next As the Supreme Court Deliberates

by | November 12, 2019
On Tuesday, hundreds of DACA recipients and advocates gathered outside the Supreme Court as ora [...] Read more

“Color Blind” Is Not What It Seems

by | November 5, 2019
Among the concepts the law has distorted is “color blindness.” When Martin Luther King, Jr. [...] Read more

As American as Apple Pie

by | June 21, 2018
America isn’t divided by pundits and peddlers. It isn’t divided by vacuous political labels [...] Read more

Mixed-Race Students Need Support

by Nicole Barone | February 20, 2018
Several years ago, when I was a graduate student and staff member at the University of Washingt [...] Read more

Scalia Family Donates Justice’s Papers to Harvard Law School

by Sam Hananel, Associated Press | March 6, 2017
WASHINGTON — The family of the late Justice Antonin Scalia will donate his personal papers to [...] Read more

Supreme Court Nominee’s Students Find Him Demanding and Fair

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | February 14, 2017
When Erik Gerding, associate dean for academic affairs and professor at the University of Color [...] Read more

At Liberal Columbia U, Gorsuch Raised a Conservative Voice

by Jennifer Peltz, Associated Press | February 5, 2017
NEW YORK — As a conservative student at Columbia University in the mid-1980s, Supreme Court n [...] Read more

TMCF to Trump: Let Supreme Court Reflect Diversity

by Johnny C. Taylor Jr. | November 16, 2016
There is huge merit to diversifying a Court that will increasingly make decisions impacting eve [...] Read more
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