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Public colleges are increasing students' overall graduation rates, but a study finds the gap between black and white students continues to widen.
A common demand of minority student protests is more minority counselors in a range of student service departments. Is this wise or does it promote segregation?
As colleges grapple with issues of race and diversity, they face questions from alumni and donors -- not all of whom are pleased with new campus efforts.
Claremont McKenna dean of students resigns amid protests over comments on race and campus climate.
Academics weigh in on the curious case of Rachel Dolezal, a white woman who allegedly passed as a black instructor of African-American studies for five years.
Husband-and-wife professors at Yale law school (she gave us the "Tiger Mother" debate) publish book about why some racial and ethnic groups are more successful than others. And no, it's not because they value education.
A black female professor says she has been repeatedly investigated by her college for talking about race in ways that offended some white students.
Black and Latino young people are greatly underrepresented at selective colleges and overrepresented at open-access institutions -- and the trends are worsening.
Emory president's controversial column, a surprise for a man many say has handled issues of race well in his 10-year tenure, is continuing to drive discussion of race and leadership on campus.
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.
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