Are HBCUs Necessary

Are HBCUs Necessary

As a new school year begins, historically black colleges have been making news. The United Negro College Fund sent a letter to U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and Andrew Bremberg, the White House domestic policy council director, on August 23, asking them to postpone a conference between leaders of HBCUs and the Administration until itRead more about Are HBCUs Necessary[…]

Mainstream Media Declares War on Antifa

Mainstream Media Declares War on Antifa

As children, we learn that America is a nation forged in civil disobedience. The Boston Tea Party, Nat Turner’s Rebellion, Harriet Tubman’s underground railroad, Women’s Suffrage, the Labor Movement, the Civil Rights Movement, and anti-war movements stretching all the way from the Mexican-American War to current movements against the War on Terror. With all ofRead more about Mainstream Media Declares War on Antifa[…]

Florida State Answers Report Alleging Academic Favoritism

Florida State Answers Report Alleging Academic Favoritism

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Florida State University once again finds itself answering allegations of academic fraud involving its football program. The New York Times on Friday reported that six players on the 2013 National Championship team received special treatment in online courses. The university said in an email to The Associated Press that an independent investigationRead more about Florida State Answers Report Alleging Academic Favoritism[…]

Judge Tosses Most Serious Charges in Penn State Frat Death

Judge Tosses Most Serious Charges in Penn State Frat Death

BELLEFONTE, Pa. — A judge threw out involuntary manslaughter and aggravated assault charges Friday against members of a Penn State fraternity in the alcohol-related hazing death of a pledge, ordering 12 of the young men to stand trial on less serious counts. The ruling, issued without explanation by District Justice Allen Sinclair, was a stingingRead more about Judge Tosses Most Serious Charges in Penn State Frat Death[…]

Ohio State Ex-director Strayhorn Resigns Over Speaking Fees Questions

Ohio State Ex-director Strayhorn Resigns Over Speaking Fees Questions

COLUMBUS, Ohio — A tenured Ohio State professor has resigned after a review alleged he improperly accepted up to $200,000 for speaking engagements across the country. The Columbus Dispatch reports Dr. Terrell Strayhorn left the College of Education and Human Ecology in May after being fired two months earlier as director of the university’s CenterRead more about Ohio State Ex-director Strayhorn Resigns Over Speaking Fees Questions[…]