Online Articles That May Be of Interest to JBHE Readers

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Ruth Simmons on Cultivating the Next Generation of College Students
The New York Times

This Campus Has Failed Our Black Students
Kenyon Collegian

The Mutiny at Hampton University
The Root

The Student Loan Debt Crisis Is a Civil Rights Issue
BlackPressUSA

Are University of Texas Applicants Excluded Because of Color or Money?
The Daily Texan

Christian Higher Ed Becoming Less White, More Diverse in Effort to Reflect God’s Kingdom
The Christian Post

Congress: We Must Invest in Students of Color
The Hill

Mentor Inspires Bold Change in STEM Studies at Historically Black Colleges and Universities
NSF News

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