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Innocent Until Proven Guilty, but is Anyone in Higher Ed Standing With Bill Cosby?

by Emil Guillermo | January 4, 2016
If Bill Cosby used to give millions to your school, as he did to Spelman College, you can be as [...] Read more

The Silent Minority: Hmong Women in Higher Education

by Jennifer Yang | December 15, 2015
Despite a history lacking a value on education for women, today Hmong women are actively pursui [...] Read more

In Case You Missed It…

| November 24, 2015
Lincoln University Tells Parent’s Association to Back Off Diverse Docket: African-American St [...] Read more

Suicide, Substance Abuse Taking Toll on Segment of Middle-aged Whites

by | November 12, 2015
There has been a lot of buzz about the recent report conducted by recent Nobel Prize-winning ec [...] Read more

Union Push Gains Steam Among Yale, Harvard Grad Students

by Michael Melia, Associated Press | November 5, 2015
Efforts to unionize graduate students at private universities are gaining momentum as the Natio [...] Read more

Harvard Law Professor Larry Lessig Ends Presidential Bid

by Lisa Lerer, Associated Press | November 2, 2015
Harvard law professor Larry Lessig is ending his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination [...] Read more

College Aid: Obama to Extend Pell Grants to Some HS Students

by Jennifer C. Kerr, Associated Press | November 1, 2015
Thousands of low-income students will be eligible for federal Pell grant money to take college [...] Read more

Thank You, Michelle Obama from Tall Women Everywhere

by | October 15, 2015
At 5’11”, Michelle Obama is not the average woman, literally or figuratively. [...] Read more

Immigrants Sue Missouri Colleges Over Higher Tuition Rate

by Summer Ballentine, Associated Press | October 14, 2015
Immigrant students on Tuesday sued three Missouri public colleges for charging them higher tuit [...] Read more

History Leads to Diversity When it Comes to Asian Americans

by | October 5, 2015
If you want to understand how some of our best colleges and universities have become 20, 30, ev [...] Read more

Education Secretary Arne Duncan Stepping Down

by Diverse Staff | October 2, 2015
Education Secretary Arne Duncan announced Friday that he is stepping down in December, setting [...] Read more

$5.3M in Grants Issued to Combat Native American Education ‘Crisis’

by Catherine Morris | September 24, 2015
The Departments of the Interior and Education announced that $5.3 million in grants will go to [...] Read more

Be a Creator, Not an Inheritor

by Dale Schlundt | September 15, 2015
Everyone at some point in their lives feels that their work is insignificant. [...] Read more

Obama Promotes Online Research Tool with College-Specific Data

by Jennifer C. Kerr, Associated Press | September 13, 2015
President Barack Obama on Saturday debuted a redesigned online tool with college-specific infor [...] Read more

Obama Wants Public Groundswell for Free Community College

by Nancy Benac, Associated Press | September 9, 2015
Unable to have his way with Congress, President Barack Obama reached back to his roots as a com [...] Read more