Gender Gap Persists In Oklahoma’s Engineering Schools

Morgan Weatherspoon, a chemical engineering major at the University of Oklahoma, there are a handful of women in her summer class of about 30 people. Higher education leaders hope to see change in the years to come.

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University In Denver Proposes Lower Tuitions For Undocumented Immigrants

Starting in August, the Metropolitan State College of Denver will authorize lower tuitions for certain undocumented students.

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College Board Creates Guide To Help Undocumented Students

Meeting in Miami, the College Board released a guide to help undocumented students navigate the difficulties of getting an education.

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Invisible Students, Missing Programs and Policies

Taking responsibility for the safety and academic success of the LGBT population

There are more out lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) college students today than there have been at any other time in the history of higher education. In decades past, many young LGBT people experienced their coming out processes in college, yet today’s rising college freshmen have increasingly become more out and more vocal in high school and even in middle school.

Welcome to Diverse City

An opinion on diversity’s virtues and vices

E pluribus unum. Out of many, one. In 1776, Pierre Eugene du Simitiere proposed this motto to the government committee tasked with developing a seal for the young nation. The phrase was adopted for the newly created national emblem of the United States and still appears today as a guiding principle on the nation’s seal. In 2012, the expression persists on official documents such as passports, and is ever present on the seals of the President and Vice President of the United States, the U.S. Congress, the House of Representatives, and the U.S. Supreme Court. 

Juggling Work, Kids, Debt And College, Older Utah Women Earn Degrees

Gender gap » Life still gets in the way for many women, despite the economic imperative of a college education.

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Colleges Weigh Pros And Cons Of Special Housing Options For Gay-Straight Student Pairings

High school seniors looking forward to departing for college now have a new wrinkle in dorm life to consider, courtesy of the Rutgers University webcam trial.

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Outside Counsel To Represent U Of Texas In U.S. Supreme Court Case On Race

The University of Texas has lined up a private lawyer to defend its admissions program before the U.S. Supreme Court instead of state Attorney General Greg Abbott and his lawyers.

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UNLV’s Diversity On Display At Annual Festival

Exotic smells wafted across the UNLV campus quad as Brazilian Capoeria martial artists performed on the alumni amphitheater to the tune of percussive Berimbau instruments and drums.

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