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Kent County News, Chestertown, MD

College Continuing to Address Racial Tensions

College Continuing to Address Racial Tensions

April 21, 2017

Despite the increase in diversity on campus, Washington College (MD) continues to have a complicated relationship with race.
Despite the increase in diversity on campus, Washington College (MD) continues to have a complicated relationship with race.

April 21, 2017

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Cleveland.com

Baldwin Wallace University Offers Free Summer School Tuition to Low-Income Students

Baldwin Wallace University Offers Free Summer School Tuition to Low...

April 21, 2017

Baldwin Wallace University has offered six hours of free summer school tuition to qualified low-income students enrolled at the private college.  The university said the goal of the pilot program is to make it easier for students who receive federal Pell grants to graduate on time.
Baldwin Wallace University has offered six hours of free summer school tuition to qualified low-income students enrolled at the private college.  The university said the goal of the pilot program is to make it easier for students who receive federal Pell grants to graduate on time.

April 21, 2017

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MLive.com, Grand Rapids, MI

Aquinas College Announces Next President

Aquinas College Announces Next President

April 21, 2017

The Aquinas College Board of Trustees announced Tuesday, April 11, that Kevin Quinn will become its eighth president, effective July 1.  Quinn, currently the dean of the Schneider School of Business and Economics at St. Norbert College in De Pere, Wisc., will replace the retiring Juan Olivarez.
The Aquinas College Board of Trustees announced Tuesday, April 11, that Kevin Quinn will become its eighth president, effective July 1.  Quinn, currently the dean of the Schneider School of Business and Economics at St. Norbert College in De Pere, Wisc., will replace the retiring Juan Olivarez.

April 21, 2017

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Rutland Herald, Rutland, VT

CSJ: Jensen Will Stay as President

CSJ: Jensen Will Stay as President

April 21, 2017

The interim president of the College of St. Joseph, Lawrence Jensen, will continue on as the college’s sixth president.  Jim Reddy, chairman of the college’s board of trustees, said in a statement Tuesday there was a “thoughtful and thorough review,” including consideration of information provided by a search committee, before the decision was made to offer the position to Jensen.  Jensen called his time as interim president a “privilege and pleasure.”
The interim president of the College of St. Joseph, Lawrence Jensen, will continue on as the college’s sixth president.  Jim Reddy, chairman of the college’s board of trustees, said in a statement Tuesday there was a “thoughtful and thorough review,” including consideration of information provided by a search committee, before the decision was made to offer the position to Jensen.  Jensen called his time as interim president a “privilege and pleasure.”

April 21, 2017

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The Washington Post

This Fraternity Wanted To Hold A ‘Bad(Minton) And Boujee’ Event. Now It’s Been Canceled.

This Fraternity Wanted To Hold A ‘Bad(Minton) And Boujee’ Event. No...

April 20, 2017

After developing the idea for the badminton tournament, the fraternity submitted a request to reserve the area on campus where it was planning to hold the event, according to Cimino. But, Cimino said, a few days after the event was announced, Cimino got a note from a university official. Colin Gerker, assistant director of fraternity and sorority life. Gerker sent an email on March 30, saying he suspected “that this event name will be criticized for the use of ‘boujee.’ ”
After developing the idea for the badminton tournament, the fraternity submitted a request to reserve the area on campus where it was planning to hold the event, according to Cimino. But, Cimino said, a few days after the event was announced, Cimino got a note from a university official. Colin Gerker, assistant director of fraternity and sorority life. Gerker sent an email on March 30, saying he suspected “that this event name will be criticized for the use of ‘boujee.’ ”

April 20, 2017

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