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OU President James Gallogly said that the students withdrew because of the outrage caused by the video and their use of a racial slur.
In the video filmed by the sorority member, a white woman smears black paint on her face and calls herself a racial slur.
Hundreds of former players seek compensation for the health issues we now face.
Women ministers are making dramatic strides in achieving equal pay with male clergy. The gender pay gap shrunk from women
As Sports Talk Radio broke the news of Oklahoma Coach Bob Stoops’ retirement, speculation was rampant that he was in ill
The messages included threats of lynchings to black freshman.
Groovefest presents the beauty and power of human rights, and the people who work everyday to protect them. Groovefest isn't
All things considered, Schleifer and Chaves report, it is difficult to conclude that "clergy are underpaid relative to other
Black student activists accomplished so much within this past year and reached new levels of success. Not only did they fight for racial equality, but they bonded a community, inspired many, and ultimately accomplished change on their campuses and institutions.
This past year will be remembered as the year that freedom of speech (or the lack thereof) on U.S. campuses became international news.
In a last-minute effort to secure millennial votes, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is released her debut music video, "I'm fun, damn it," the night before the Iowa caucuses, and nine days before the New Hampshire primary. As the only Democratic candidate in the 2016 elections without an album, Clinton is now attempting to keep up with the musical talents of her opponents in order to gain votes.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said Tuesday at the 10th annual Iowa Renewable Fuels conference that he supports the notion to maintain the standard, a declaration that must have boded well with many citizens of a state with 41 corn ethanol plants in attendance.
Millennials have been flocking to Clinton's campaign since she began discussing her ideas of how to make an education more affordable and wages higher. With so many appealing ideas for the younger generation, it is no wonder Clinton is one of the Democratic parties favorites.
Cost is the number one reason why people do not go to college, and it's the main reason why they drop out. Many of those who do get a degree are saddled with burdensome debt.