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ACHE Signs Affiliation Agreement With Ouachita Baptist

ACHE Signs Affiliation Agreement With Ouachita Baptist

February 11, 2020

The Arkansas Colleges for Health Education (ACHE) and Ouachita Baptist University signed an affiliation agreement Monday (Feb. 10) that will help students navigate the complex world of medical school admissions.
The Arkansas Colleges for Health Education (ACHE) and Ouachita Baptist University signed an affiliation agreement Monday (Feb. 10) that will help students navigate the complex world of medical school admissions.

February 11, 2020

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Howard University's Largest Donation Ever Raises Questions About Who Gets Donor Coins

Howard University's Largest Donation Ever Raises Questions About Wh...

February 11, 2020

While Howard University has had some high-profile fundraising wins, Krystal Williams, a professor at the University of Alabama whose research focuses on the experiences of minority students in education, says that HBCUs as a sector are "not given equal consideration for funding by foundations and corporations."
While Howard University has had some high-profile fundraising wins, Krystal Williams, a professor at the University of Alabama whose research focuses on the experiences of minority students in education, says that HBCUs as a sector are "not given equal consideration for funding by foundations and corporations."

February 11, 2020

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Inside Higher Ed

Converse Will Accept Male Students in 2021

Converse Will Accept Male Students in 2021

February 10, 2020

Converse College, a women's college in South Carolina, will accept male students starting in the fall of 2021. The college cited limited interest in attending women's colleges as a chief reason for the change. The college will also be changing its name to Converse University, in recognition of its graduate programs.
Converse College, a women's college in South Carolina, will accept male students starting in the fall of 2021. The college cited limited interest in attending women's colleges as a chief reason for the change. The college will also be changing its name to Converse University, in recognition of its graduate programs.

February 10, 2020

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Carnegie Mellon Removes Campus Map That Omitted Black Neighborhoods

Carnegie Mellon Removes Campus Map That Omitted Black Neighborhoods

February 10, 2020

Carnegie Mellon University drew criticism last week for distributing a campus-area map that omitted predominantly black neighborhoods while naming and highlighting others, local CBS station KDKA reported. Pittsburgh is about 23 percent black.
Carnegie Mellon University drew criticism last week for distributing a campus-area map that omitted predominantly black neighborhoods while naming and highlighting others, local CBS station KDKA reported. Pittsburgh is about 23 percent black.

February 10, 2020

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Inside Higher Ed

Chapman Student Arrested After Racist, Homophobic Rant

Chapman Student Arrested After Racist, Homophobic Rant

February 10, 2020

A Chapman University student has been expelled and arrested after he was caught on video destroying property during a racist and homophobic tirade, the Los Angeles Times reported Thursday. Police say the student was intoxicated and resisted arrest. His tussle with a university public safety officer who is over 65 resulted in elder abuse being added to a list of charges including felony vandalism and criminal threats.
A Chapman University student has been expelled and arrested after he was caught on video destroying property during a racist and homophobic tirade, the Los Angeles Times reported Thursday. Police say the student was intoxicated and resisted arrest. His tussle with a university public safety officer who is over 65 resulted in elder abuse being added to a list of charges including felony vandalism and criminal threats.

February 10, 2020

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