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"Sports are not political. Sports unify people," the Vice Minister said. He recalled the term "ping pong diplomacy" from
I am finally sitting in the foundation of my being. An artist-academic-activist, a Black woman who speaks her mind, I have been through hell and back and managed to individuate within an historically white institution.
Alumni engagement is at an all-time low, at 9%. In the not-too-distant past, many schools had a significant portion of their
Each of these traditions, as well as the many I haven't talked about, offers a unique way for students to immerse themselves into college life and create the lifelong connections that are becoming rarer across academia. And that's one of the great things about life at a small liberal arts school.
If you're like most, your alumni experience is most likely a combination of emails, cold calls, and snail mail asking you for money.
Having an app that alumni actually love using would be a major game changer to the industry. Not only would it improve relationships between schools and alums, but it would also give schools meaningful user-engagement data that they've never had before.
This year, it is twenty years since Art Center Europe closed its doors after ten years of creative exuberance at Le Château de Sully by Vevey, Switzerland.
With increasing frequency, when people in my friendship circle discover that I am a retired HBCU chancellor, they want to know three things. First, since white colleges and universities no longer have racially restrictive admission policies, are HBCUs still necessary?
If you've been around celebrities and highly successful people in general, you find they have an aura about them. It's inexplicable but is the "it" factor that so many people talk about when trying to describe what makes someone a superstar.