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Tag: students of color

Rapper IDK and Harvard Offer Free Business Course for Nonwhite Musicians

Acclaimed rapper IDK recently teamed with some of the world’s biggest brands to help aspiring musicians learn the ins and outs of the music...

Internal Committee at Brigham Young University Finds Students of Color Feel...

Students of color at Brigham Young University (BYU) face ongoing racism, “racial isolation,” and lack of campus support, according to a new report from...

Connecting Without Social Capital: How Underserved Students Network Despite Barriers

A 2016 LinkedIn survey conducted by the Adler Group found that 85 percent of jobs are filled through networking. In 2017, Business Insider estimated...

Cradle-to-Prison Pipeline Becomes Cradle-to-College Pathway Under Groups’ Efforts

“Auntie, I really wish they’d have air conditioning in jail.” It was a scorching hot summer in the Bronx. Ronnette Summers couldn’t believe what was...

50 Years Later: Rutgers Law Maintains Legacy of Developing Leaders Through...

In 1967, an uprising in Newark, N.J., that left more than 700 people injured and 26 dead — part of a string of incidents...

Modernizing the Humanities

 How the disciplines can endure by becoming more inclusive of diverse perspectives  In a world in which so much emphasis is placed on employability, the humanities...

Challenging Legacy Admissions

The role America’s top universities play in perpetuating socioeconomic and racial inequality The practice of giving admissions preference to legacy students, or children of alumni, is...

New Framework Guides Institutions in Supporting Mental Health Needs of Students...

According to a joint report by The Steve Fund (TSF) and The Jed Foundation (JED) — two national nonprofit organizations that seek to promote...

Experts Say Arming Teachers Would Put Students, Especially Minorities, at Risk

According to a Washington Post – ABC News poll released this week, 42 percent of Americans believe that allowing teachers to carry guns could...

The Steve Fund Promotes Mental Health of Students of Color Via...

African American and Hispanic students are not only more likely than their white peers to feel overwhelmed in college, but are also less inclined...

INSIGHT Welcomes The Steve Fund as New Partner

INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine is proud to announce its partnership with The Steve Fund (TSF), a national nonprofit that supports the mental health and...