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As a double major in theatre and international studies, College of Charleston student Ngaarumbidzwe “Rue” Magombedze has a better sense than most about how to navigate new settings, present herself with confidence and hold meaningful conversations. As a child and young teen, she traversed moves from her native Zimbabwe to Ohio to South Carolina to […]

June 20, 2023June 20, 2023 Clemson University and the City of Clemson are woven together like threads in a sweater – interlacing figuratively, geographically and politically. The partnership is so strong that it’s sometimes hard to know where one begins and the other ends. In the academic world, this relationship is known as “town […]

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — A lawsuit against the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has the potential to end affirmative action nationwide by the end of this month. The U.S. Supreme Court recently heard two related lawsuits, one against UNC and another against Harvard University, that challenge the constitutionality of affirmative action in public […]

About two-thirds of the graduating class of the “graduate school for undergrads,” as CCS is known, walked away with honors. Some students planned to pursue advanced degrees at prestigious institutions, or embark on ambitious careers, or to take some much-needed time off to contemplate their next steps. “If you want to lead an adventurous life, […]

MMC celebrated the Class of 2023 at its 74th commencement exercises on May 19—a triumphant send-off for graduating seniors who navigated the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic for much of their college years. The ceremony took place at the historic United Palace, with more than 300 graduates and some 1,300 family members and friends in […]

The student-led NYU Impact Investment Fund (NIIF) has successfully completed its fourth investment with a $30,000 investment in EdVisorly, a Black- and female- founded business that has developed a community college-to-university platform, empowering community college students to connect with a university and achieve a bachelor’s degree. EdVisorly is NIIF’s latest annual investment in four years. “We are very […]

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Ahead of Supreme Court decision, wide partisan differences in views of colleges’ efforts to increase racial and ethnic diversity Pew Research Center conducted this study to better understand Americans’ views of colleges and universities weighing applicants’ racial and ethnic backgrounds in admissions decisions as a way to increase racial and ethnic diversity. For this analysis, […]

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Karen Kim, vice provost for research at the University of Chicago, has been named dean of Penn State College of Medicine, effective Sept. 1. Kim was selected following a national search, and will succeed Kevin Black, who has served as interim dean since 2019. Kim is the Sara and Harold Lincoln […]

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Karen Kim, vice provost for research at the University of Chicago, has been named dean of Penn State College of Medicine, effective Sept. 1. Kim was selected following a national search, and will succeed Kevin Black, who has served as interim dean since 2019. Kim is the Sara and Harold Lincoln […]


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