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One senior admissions official says it's past time to study whether the 'checkboxes' are counterproductive
Administrators may have been missing a tricky truth: Diversity is one thing, inclusion another. How to undo a problem that has haunted the university for decades?
Administrators have wrestled with a deluge of student demands related to cultural and racial issues on campus. Some have already been met.
A high-ranking police officer was reassigned after the teen called attention to his tweets, which she said showed “entrenched racism.”
Darnell Earley, the state-appointed emergency manager of Detroit Public Schools, who had also managed Flint and oversaw its decision to draw its water from the Flint River, has resigned.
The resignation of Jason Lieb, a prominent molecular biologist, comes amid complaints about how universities handle sexual harassment in their science departments.
District developer Jair Lynch Real Estate Partners has struck a $22 million deal with Howard University to turn a residence hall next to Meridian Hill Park on 16th Street into luxury rentals.
Three men who were part of the first group of black students at the Arlington school shared their experiences with students.
Actor and comedian John Cleese says he has been warned to avoid most university campuses as students are too apt to be offended by jokes.