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Colleges need affirmative action – but it can be expanded
San Francisco Chronicle
The recent report of the Department of Justice's possible investigation of “intentional race-based discrimination in college and university admissions” demonstrates that the assaults aren't likely to end anytime soon. As a professor of law and scholar ...

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USA TODAY

Most Republicans see US colleges as too 'liberal and political'
USA TODAY
“Republicans with low levels of confidence in colleges are most likely to cite their belief that colleges and universities are too liberal and political, that colleges don't allow students to think for themselves and are pushing their own agenda, or ...


ABC10

What happened to California's free tuition? A history of fees and budget issues
ABC10
Both the University of California Regents and the California State University Board of Trustees recently voted to raise tuition at state colleges and universities. The 23 schools in the CSU system will see a 5 percent—about $270—increase for in-state ...
Blair Horner: Colleges Open UpWAMC

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La. colleges may be turning corner after years of cuts
Houma Courier
For the first time in nine years, Louisiana lawmakers tapped the brakes in June and left higher education's finances alone as they were approving the state budget. As students arrive today to begin classes, university staff and many professors are ...

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Chance The Rapper Has His Eyes Set On Attending A Historically Black College
Vibe
No matter how much success one may amass and how much world one gets to see in his or her young life, there's nothing quite like the experience of going to college. Especially a historically black college or university. Chance the Rapper, a wildly ...

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