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New Harvard President Faces Balancing Act with Professors, Board Members

by Associated Press | May 14, 2007

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. Harvard University has unrivaled wealth and prestige, but the downside of its [...]

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We Want to be Included, Say Women Tribal Leaders

by Shilpa Banerji | May 11, 2007

ATLANTA Four women from American Indian tribes came together in a panel organized by Spelman C [...]

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A Revealing Series of Events

by Hillary Hurd Anyaso | May 3, 2007

I didn’t think the Rutgers University women’s basketball team needed to go public. After al [...]

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Success of HBCUs Means Looking Forward, Not Backwards

by Dr. James T. Minor | April 5, 2007

As a scholar and observer of higher education, I am sometimes concerned about the future of his [...]

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Howard University First HBCU to Divest From Sudan

by Christina Asquith | April 1, 2007

Calling the human rights abuses in Sudan “intolerable,” Howard University’s Board of Trus [...]

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A Conversation With Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum

by Christina Asquith | March 22, 2007

Issues of race and integration have long concerned Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum, president of Spelm [...]

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Duke Professors Reject Calls to Apologize to Lacrosse Players

by Christina Asquith | January 17, 2007

Increasingly under attack from newspaper editorials and online bloggers, the Duke faculty membe [...]

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Interpreting African-American Life and History

by Lydia Lum | January 11, 2007

As an undergraduate, Dr. Peniel E. Joseph had journalism aspirations. Although he chose an acad [...]

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MacArthur Foundation To Commit $50 Million

by Ronald Roach | November 16, 2006

The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation announced late last month that it is committi [...]

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Brown University Applauded For Examination of Its Ties To Slavery

by Shilpa Banerji | October 20, 2006

PROVIDENCE, R.I. A Brown University committee investigating the institution’s ties with slav [...]

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