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Brandeis Takes Heat for Revoking Honorary Degree to Ayaan Hirsi Ali

Brandeis Takes Heat for Revoking Honorary Degree to Ayaan Hirsi Ali

by Jamilah King on April 11 2014, 1:00PM

She once described Islam as a religion that’s “not interested in peace.”

Topics: Culture

College Freshman Hits Half Court Shot to Win Semester of Free Tuition

College Freshman Hits Half Court Shot to Win Semester of Free Tuition

by Jamilah King on August 19 2013, 1:31PM

With the skyrocketing cost of tuition, it’s no wonder that students are doing everything they can to catch a break.

Topics: Arts & Culture, /NOW

Correction: The Common App Hasn't Changed Its College Application Materials for Undocumented Students

Correction: The Common App Hasn’t Changed Its College Application Materials for Undocumented Students

by Julianne Hing on June 3 2013, 2:28PM

The common college application accepted by more than 400 colleges will stop discriminating against undocumented students, starting this fall.

Topics: /NOW

Columbia Doesn't Feel So Great About Its Whites-Only Fellowship

Columbia Doesn’t Feel So Great About Its Whites-Only Fellowship

by Julianne Hing on May 15 2013, 2:26PM

It only took them 93 years to get around to challenging the endowment.

Topics: /NOW

UC Irvine Asian-American Frat's Awful Blackface Video As Bad As It Sounds

UC Irvine Asian-American Frat’s Awful Blackface Video As Bad As It Sounds

by Julianne Hing on April 25 2013, 3:12PM

There are no excuses. But this isn’t the first time Lambda Theta Delta’s been down this road.

Topics: /NOW

Student Protest Forces School to Talk Stadium Deal With Prison Giant

Student Protest Forces School to Talk Stadium Deal With Prison Giant

by Jamilah King on February 27 2013, 11:57AM

Florida Atlantic University students are up in arms over its schools stadium deal with a private prison operator.

Topics: /NOW

At Towson Univ., A Student Makes His Case for a White Student Union

At Towson Univ., A Student Makes His Case for a White Student Union

by Julianne Hing on September 19 2012, 10:04AM

A university in Maryland must tackle thorny questions of race, but trying to avoid the topic altogether.

Topics: Schools & Youth

Loan Interest Freeze Provides Boost, and New Barriers, for Students of Color

Loan Interest Freeze Provides Boost, and New Barriers, for Students of Color

by Julianne Hing on July 5 2012, 10:53AM

Last week’s agreement brought welcome news, but difficult cuts, for student borrowers.

Topics: Schools & Youth

Study: Many College Students are Part-Timers, Less Likely to Graduate

Study: Many College Students are Part-Timers, Less Likely to Graduate

by Jorge Rivas on September 28 2011, 12:45PM

A new report finds that, barring serious reforms, today’s young people will be the first generation in American history to be less educated than their predecessors.

Topics: Schools & Youth

Ward Connerly Joins UC Berkeley's Republican 'Diversity Bake Sale'

Ward Connerly Joins UC Berkeley’s Republican ‘Diversity Bake Sale’

by Jorge Rivas on September 27 2011, 4:16PM

Ward Connerly, a former UC Regent and a national driving force of ending affirmative action, joins UC Berkeley’s College Republicans’ ‘Diversity Bakesale.’

Topics: Schools & Youth

UC Berkeley College Republicans Hold 'Diversity Bake Sale', Mock Race

UC Berkeley College Republicans Hold ‘Diversity Bake Sale’, Mock Race

by Jorge Rivas on September 26 2011, 11:07AM

The sale is set to include baked goods that are priced according to the buyer’s race. White men pay more, Native Americans pay the least.

Topics: Schools & Youth

As College Students Return to School, They Pay More Than Ever For It

As College Students Return to School, They Pay More Than Ever For It

by Julianne Hing on August 26 2011, 10:43AM

The prestigious University of California system is the latest public school in which students are now paying more than the state. As a result, say researchers, black students in particular will graduate with massive debt.

Topics: Back to School, Economy, Schools & Youth

Undergrads On the Brink of Homelessness

Undergrads On the Brink of Homelessness

by Julianne Hing on July 27 2010, 11:25AM

With a rise in college tuition and unemployment, students are managing to stay in school by sleeping in the library and showering at the gym.

Topics: Schools & Youth

Lots More Students of Color in College--and in Debt

Lots More Students of Color in College—and in Debt

by Julianne Hing on July 16 2010, 10:24AM

An Education Department study finds black students disproportionately in for-profit schools, students of color broadly in public institutions.

Topics: Schools & Youth

Will A College Degree From Wal-Mart Be Worth The Price?

by Julianne Hing on June 4 2010, 1:19PM

Employees at Wal-Mart will soon be able to sign up for undergraduate classes through a partnership with the for-profit American Public University, Wal-Mart announced yesterday. It’s an innovative program, to be sure, but not without its dangers, especially when it…

Topics: Schools & Youth

College Dreams Clouded by Debt, Students Look to Loan Reform

by Michelle Chen on November 14 2009, 9:18AM

What’s a college degree worth these days? Well, how much are you willing to pay? For many, the price of admission to higher education is crippling financial debt. Students of modest means are likely to run into even higher…

Topics: Schools & Youth

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