Black Americans elevated education, fought racism

Ted DeLaney arrived at Washington and Lee University as a janitor. By the time he left, he’d been chairman of its history department. DeLaney’s story is extraordinary, but his path is one shared by millions of Black Americans: Overcome prejudice, seize new opportunities, and contribute to your community and your nation. DeLaney was born and ...
Read More»

U.S. universities adapt to help international students

By  Lauren Monsen As U.S. colleges and universities plan for a new academic year, they are focusing on ways to keep international students safe while furthering their educations despite the new coronavirus pandemic. There are more than 1 million  international students  enrolled in U.S. higher-education institutions, according to the nonprofit Institute of International Education. They contributed more than $46 ...
Read More»
Show More ∨