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Higher Education and the African American Experience

Archive for the ‘Higher Education’ Category

(Not So) Wordless Wednesday: Alpha Phi Alpha, a Fraternity in Crisis

The Quotable Black Scholar: Charles Johnson on Black America in the 21st Century

2009 in Review: A Mixed Bag for Blacks in Higher Education, Part I

(Nearly) Wordless Thursday: James Warren Payton, Yale Class of 1900

More Black Students Took AP Exams in 2009 — Where and Why

Black Quadruplets Make Yale Admissions History

Wordless Wednesday: Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Then and Now

Notable Black College Grads: Dartmouth, Depaul, Detroit, Dillard, Drew, Duke

Old School Friday: Howard University’s First Commencement Exercises

Wordless Wednesday: “Pomp,” Assistant Janitor at the University of Pennsylvania, 1884