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By Piper Hudspeth Blackburn, Annie Ma, Associated Press
Students graduating from South Carolina State are no different from most recent grads: diploma in hand, they look forward to a bright future. But their alma mater’s future is more uncertain. The historically black college is facing mounting financial troubles…
By PBS NewsHour
When Darian James walks across the South Carolina State campus in her hometown of Orangeburg she sees a place where much of her life to this point has played out. It’s the place where she went to preschool through middle…
By Kyla Calvert Mason
Following the release of a video showing the members of University of Oklahoma’s Sigma Alpha Epsilon chanting racist slurs, the conversation of racism on college campuses has been refreshed. How have campus newspapers responded to the disturbing images?…
By Eric Krupke, Jasmine Wright
African-Americans are a key constituency within the Democratic Party. But Michael Lomax, president and CEO of UNCF, said that since the organization's inception in 1944, it has reached out to people of all backgrounds for support without an "ideological lens"…
By Kimberly Hefling, Associated Press
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