Survey finds that U.S. students from majority religions feel more support on campuses than those from minority faith traditions -- and that very few students are frequently engaged in organized interfaith activities.
Colleges have never been more diverse, but that doesn't mean minorities feel safe and welcomed on campuses. A new report describes a subtly hostile environment for women and students of color.
Syracuse U. students who see university moving away from a commitment to diversity have held sit-in since Monday.
KC Williams and Shannon Gibney offer advice on navigating the often-hostile work environment for women of color in the academy.
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