Students and counselors perceive a bias against Asian Americans in elite university admissions and say reticent college officials aren’t helping the situation.
CSU-San Marcos starts reaching out to foster youth in high school and continues giving personalized support at the institutional level.
Chair of new federal effort to promote black educational attainment says that focus on data and accountability could yield much-needed results.
Obama administration gives undocumented students a way to avoid deportation. While some advocates for the students see major advance, others note what new policy doesn't cover.
Asian-American groups urge Supreme Court to bar race-conscious admissions, renewing debate over the impact of such policies.
New study -- in challenge to a 2007 finding -- says black graduates of historically black colleges fare better in their careers than do those who earn degrees from other institutions.
Nondiscrimination policies like Vanderbilt University's that define who can lead student groups are evidence less of a campus "war on God" than of the tyranny of "inclusion," writes Louis Betty.
The longer students are in college, the less likely they are to be interested in promoting understanding across lines of race and ethnicity, study finds.
North Carolina colleges have emerged as centers of dissent as the state debates a constitutional ban on same-sex marriages and unions.
U. of Texas at Austin student paper faces viral backlash over cartoon on Trayvon Martin.
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