Jan 07, 2020
What happens when racial incidents are viewed differently by students who experience them in real time and administrators who try to address the incidents after the fact? At American University, the answer is complicated.


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September 5, 2019

Some students view term as racist.

August 27, 2019

Star scholar of minority-serving institutions Marybeth Gasman was accused of fostering a hypersexualized and racially insensitive climate in her research center.

August 12, 2019

Johns Hopkins fires professor over clash with student protesters, but he says he has no remorse for either the attack or being a "white male."

August 9, 2019

At Metropolitan State University, the Student Senate fell apart after continued internal disputes and arguments with the administration over vacant minority affairs positions.

July 23, 2019

We would do well to replace them with more tangible queries about teaching and mentoring, argues Alex Small.

July 2, 2019

Study finds colleges have made little progress on faculty diversity, particularly at research-intensive universities, despite more conversations about race and inclusion.

June 21, 2019

Bowling Green removed her name from campus theater due to her part in Birth of a Nation. A who's who of film -- James Earl Jones, Helen Mirren, Martin Scorsese, among others -- want the name restored.

June 20, 2019

University of Central Arkansas library celebrated Pride month with sign featuring quote by Lady Gaga. President ordered quote removed. His explanation angered many on campus.

June 11, 2019

Rochester Institute of Technology has become a model for helping students on the spectrum with academics and their careers.

June 10, 2019

Oberlin College ordered to pay $11 million to local bakery after jury finds college libeled its owners and interfered with business relationships when some students accused it of mistreating black students.


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