Articles in the Higher Learning Category

Carmen Twillie Ambar Is Oberlin College’s First Black President!
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Posted in Breaking News, Higher Learning on 8 June 2017
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TheOberlinNewsTribune.com By Jason Hawk Posted June 8th 2017 (PHOTO: PRESIDENT CARMEN TWILLIE AMBAR. OBERLIN COLLEGE)   Carmen Twillie Ambar’s father picked cotton on a rural Arkansas farm. “He would look up from the hot, beating sun… and say to himself, ‘I don’t know what I want to do but I don’t want to do this,’” [...]

Actress Octavia Spencer Tells Kent State Graduates: ‘Understand Each Other!’
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Posted in Higher Learning, MXO Entertainment News on 15 May 2017
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Ohio.com By Amanda Barrett, Akron Beacon Journal Posted May 15th 2017   Octavia Spencer told about 800 Kent State students in caps and gowns Saturday that she nearly missed her own commencement. During her last quarter at Auburn University, she convinced the school to let her do a work-study as a casting assistant on a [...]

CSU’s Last Mile Program To Assist Students In Reaching Graduation!
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Posted in Breaking News, Higher Learning on 19 April 2017
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CSUohio.edu Posted April 19th 2017   University receives pilot grant from APLU and USU to Enhance Student Success Initiatives! Cleveland State University has been awarded a $50,000 pilot grant from the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) and the Coalition of Urban Serving Universities (USU) to create the Last Mile program, which will provide [...]

Elyria Teachers Union, District Approve Contracts!
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Posted in Breaking News, Higher Learning, MXO Business Report on 18 April 2017
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MorningJournal.com By Carol Harper Posted April 18th 2017 (PHOTO: ELYRIA SCHOOL BOARD DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS, AMY SHRINK)   Elyria City School Board and Elyria Education Association approved last week a three-year contract. Director of Human Resources Gary Taylor said negotiations started March 23 and completed April 8. “We’re very pleased to report that (April 11), [...]

Egypt: Archaeologists Discover 7,000-Year-Old City!
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Posted in Higher Learning, The Arts Unplugged on 3 April 2017
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Newsweek.com By Connor Gaffey Posted April 3rd 2017   Archaeologists in Egypt have discovered a city and cemetery dating back more than 7,000 years to its First Dynasty in the southern province of Sohag. The discovery was made by a mission associated with the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities just 400 meters away from the temple [...]

UCLA Ends Kent State’s Season In NCAA Tournament!
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Posted in Breaking News, Health & Fitness, Higher Learning, Sports on 20 March 2017
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KentWired.com By Henry Palattella Posted March 20th 2017 (PHOTO: KENT STATE GUARD DESMOND RIDENOUR)   KENT STATE FORWARD JIMMY HALL The Kent State men’s basketball team’s season came to an end Friday night at the hands of the boys from Westwood, as the UCLA Bruins beat Kent State 97-80 to knock the Flashes out of [...]

Republican Official Dan Adamini Apologizes After Calling For ‘Another Kent State!’
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Posted in Breaking News, Higher Learning on 9 February 2017
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CSMonitor.com By Gretel Kaufmann Posted February 9th 2017 (PHOTO: DAN ADAMINI, SECRETARY MARQUETTE COUNTY MICHGAN REPUBLICAN PARTY)   Michigan GOP official Dan Adamini has deleted his Twitter account following posts on social media that suggested that protesters should be shot like the four antiwar demonstrators who were killed by the National Guard at A Republican official has apologized [...]

Muslim Community Fears Backlash After Ohio State Attack!
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Posted in Breaking News, Higher Learning on 29 November 2016
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NPR.org Posted November 29th 2016 (PHOTO: ABDUL RAZAK ALI ARTAN)   At an off-campus coffee shop Monday, Ohio State University senior Mohamed Farah catches up on his homework. “I didn’t get a lot of work done today just because there’s a lot going on,” he says. “I tried to stay away from the news, but [...]

Rihanna’s ‘Clara Lionel Foundation’ Is Bringing More Black People From The Islands To The U.S.!
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Posted in Higher Learning, MXO Entertainment News on 19 July 2016
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NaturallyMoi.com By Jen Nicole Posted July 19th 2016   RIHANNA’S CLARA LIONEL FOUNDATION MISSION VIDEO Rihanna has always been philanthropic, especially regarding the people in her homeland- the island nation Barbados. Well now Rihanna is looking to help financially-strapped students overseas who have been accepted at U.S. colleges. Students from Barbados, Brazil, Cuba, Haiti, Guyana, [...]

Susan Rice Calls For Diversity In National Security Corps During Commencement Address!
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Posted in Breaking News, Higher Learning on 23 May 2016
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KultureKritic.com By Ryan Velez Posted May 24th 2016   At an appearance at Florida International University’s commencement, Susan E. Rice, President Barack Obama’s national security advisor, said that the overabundance of white people  in key government positions is not only showing poor diversity, but also may pose a national security risk, reports The Grio. During [...]