In its recent ruling on affirmative action in college admissions, the Supreme Court’s conservative justices squarely came down on the side of race and class-based preferences—for wealthy whites.
In response to these ongoing threats, students are once again taking action.
The estimated total debt of the more than 100 students in Wiley College's class of 2022 totaled $300,000.
"There are some things within the president's control, and his hesitancy around them has contributed to a situation that isn’t as optimal. The presidency is so much larger than just the votes in the legislature."
Warren and several other senators demanded the Department take immediate steps to aid and protect students, veterans, and taxpayers in the wake of the significant collapse.
Divestment debates are forcing colleges and universities to reconsider how to contribute to a more resilient and sustainable future.
The program offers students a supportive environment in what is typically known as “a recovery-hostile environment.”
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