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A17-year-old New Jersey student has a serious dilemma that most of us wish we had back in high school: which elite university to attend? WABC-TV reports that Ifeoma White-Thorpe received acceptance letters from all eight Ivy League schools and Stanford University. https://twitter.com/DenvilleSchool/status/849278088076816385 “I was shaking, I was like, ‘Oh my gosh, oh my gosh,’ like […]

A day after a brazen knife attack left several students injured, fear of retaliation grips Ohio State University's minority students.

While Trump has praised him for his accomplishments on jobs, tax cuts, infrastructure, and school funding, he has been targeted by Black activists for his record on voting rights protections, education for students of color, and his position on the death penalty.

This week, students were alarmed to find that the portraits of Harvard Law School's Black tenured professors were defaced with black gaffer tape.

As the university is drowns in horrifying stories of racially-charged threats and defacement on campus, the Mizzou administration pushes to restore safety and stability back into the school as quickly as possible.

Young people from far and wide are hosting their own protests and writing letters of support to join the #Mizzou cause in schools like Smith, Cornell, Emory and Howard.

According to a new Gallup-USA Funds Minority College Graduates Report, HBCU graduates actually fare better than those who go to other schools and universities.

Howard University students took to Twitter to express their reported constant struggle with administration, dorm life, and financial aid.

Thirty high-ranking undergraduate students will be given award packages, year-long mentorships with Apple employees and a paid summer internship at the Apple headquarters in Cupertino, CA.

The city of Ferguson, MO is drastically changing its approach to addressing minor crimes after being criticized for an incompetent justice department.

Despite a long-standing idea that a college education protects minorities against hardships that plague their communities, a new study discovered that Black and Hispanic students…