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Tips on how to Have Your Child Truly Prepared for College

As we educators look at black graduation rates, we realize that it’s a two-fold situation. black graduation rates have risen over the years, especially for black women, but it is leaps and bounds lower when it comes to those of our white counterparts. The question is not why are our students not completing their education,…

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What It Takes To Enhance African American Male Success In College Education

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Why Developing These 5 Habits Early in Life Can Lead to Success

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Secretary of Education’s Action Steps to Curtail College Racial Harassment

In November 2015, racism, equity, and diversity issues from Black college students all over the country have lead to protests, demands, and actions to make university campuses more inclusive. U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan responded to the latest actions with an article, Taking Action On College Racial Harassment on his discussion with campus leaders from throughout the…...

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Mizzou Campus is Still at Its Tipping Point

Here we are, in 2015, with black students running for their lives because of racial threats. They may be targeted and shot because of the color of their skin. This is outrageous. However, this is still something that those at the University of Missouri (Mizzou) are currently dealing with. Last week, protests started due to Tom Wolfe’s…

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Everyday Experiences of Racism at the University of Missouri

By Victor Ochieng Racism still exists in the U.S., although many people try to deny it, hide it, or just go along with it. But, even with that reality, there are those who confess that they’ve never experienced any form of racism in their lives, whether in school, on the streets, or at their workplaces.…

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In the Light of Incidents at Missouri, Yale, and Ithaca: Can College be a Multicultural Hub?

Cultural Sensitivity is a Major Contribution to Society On the flip side of being places known for racial disharmony, colleges today can be hubs where people attend multicultural events, such as museum showings, arts festivals, and music programs. Introduced to culture in college, many people continue to pursue holistic activities later in life. Hence, those…

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So, You Failed Your Exam? Here are A Few Things You Can Do Other than Cry

By Angela Wills It’s water that we’ve all tread on at one time or another. You studied or crammed for the exam, gone over each answer twice before submitting the finished test, collected your things, turned in your test, and exited the room with your heart in your hand. What on earth just happened in there?…

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Do You Have a GPS for Finding the Right College?

Every year, high school students are bombarded with messages about applying to college. Glossy postcards show up in the mail, colleges start calling students, and family members pull their loved aside and say, “Well, here is why you should go to my alma mater.” The process of narrowing down colleges can be overwhelming with the amount of…

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