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The First-ever Latinas in Higher Education Conference Just Took Place in...

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For the first time ever, the Latinas in Higher Education Conference took place at the Bronx Community College in New York City on September...

Weekend Recap: Second Gentleman’s New Communications Director, Princeton’s Offering Free Tuition,...

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Happy Monday!  How was your first weekend with the latest Mercury Retrograde (among other retrogrades)? Well, we hope it treated everyone well. If not, head...

‘The College Tour,’ Which Helps Students Save Money, Just Released ...

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College culture is encompassed by many factors. It’s not just buying college books and filling out your FAFSA application; it’s more than that.  From choosing...

Families in Uvalde Are Concerned as the School Year Approaches

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The suffering continues for Uvalde, Texas after the school shooting took place at Robb Elementary School on May 24th, 2022. The community is still...

Is Tracking Latino Student Success Important? These Colleges Think It Matters

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In Latino culture, a diploma is a milestone in life. It is a promise we make to our parents and a tribute to those...

New Study Finds Many U.S. Schools Remain Divided Along Racial, Ethnic,...

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If you thought segregation was yesterday's issue, think again. A report released by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) found that 1 in 3 U.S. students...

Explaining Gender and Sex to Older, More Conservative Latinos From an...

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Pride month is, more than anything, a time to celebrate the queer community while also recognizing the historic and continuous violence towards LGBTQ+ folks....

This Alliance of Universities Is Committed to Increasing the Number of...

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Did you know that Latinos represent less than 5 percent of tenured faculty and less than 6 percent of tenure-track faculty at doctoral institutions? This...

These Are the Major Universities That Offer Chicano Studies, and Their...

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In many communities, there is a history of ethnic studies programs, particularly Mexican-American and Chicano Studies programs. In K-12 schools, these programs are being...

‘We Do Deserve This,’ an Immigrant’s Reflection From Her Commencement Ceremony

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“They misspelled my name. For sure, they misspelled it, and if they didn’t, I probably forgot to add my third middle name. They misspelled...

Is It Them or Us? Latines and the Issue of Politeness

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I remember the first time that I heard my non-Latine friend respond to their mom with a “what” when they couldn’t hear her from...

Rising Rate of Latino Teacher Retirements in the U.S. Poses Another...

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Another consequence of the COVID pandemic has been the mass retirement of teachers of color, adding another layer to the complexity of the U.S....