“My future — the vague, all-consuming ideal we’re taught to live for — felt like a more dominant force in my life than my present.”
“Why was Professor Gregory Christainsen allowed to teach Black and Latino students at Cal State East Bay that they were inherently less smart?”
“I am forced to live in a parallel world to the one I wanted to live in, where I could have been a physicist without also constantly being asked to speak on or attempt to compensate for the persistent racism of institutions.”
You never stop learning how to read — probably because you also never stop forgetting how to read.
Why are so many small American colleges like Newbury closing?
Poverty and a lack of diversity are just a couple of pitfalls Jacqueline Alnes explores in this list.
Universities had the chance to make higher education accessible to more students by making the price of online degrees affordable. But they didn’t.
“The longer these kids stayed there, the further behind they were.”
The struggles of a motivated, educated academic to find sufficient work.
The singer’s latest performance helps expand the possibilities of what it looks like to be a black thinking person.