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Tag: 2016 Presidential Election
Defining Political Progress
One of the things I love most about writing for Diverse is that it provides an opportunity for me to think through our increasingly complicated political space. Exploring the intersection of politics, pop culture and higher education also provides a platform to align pedagogy with public scholarship. I approach this column as I approach my classroom: my job isn’t to tell people how to think; but to provide them with information that encourages them to think critically and analytically.
April 8, 2019
Is there a link between Trump’s Post-Election Behavior and Adolescent Bullying?
Although the level of overall teasing and bullying has decreased across the country since 2005, there has been an unusual uptick in the number of teasing and bullying incidents related to race and sexual orientation since the 2016 presidential election, with some students making comments linked to President Donald Trump.
January 9, 2019
UCLA Research Confirms Political Opinions Predict False Information About Dangers
Researchers at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) published a new study that found that people’s political opinions can determine whether they believe false information about dangers. The study, called Electoral fortunes reverse, mindsets do not, found those results still remain true today with Republicans controlling the White House and both houses of […]
December 18, 2018
The Removal of ‘Individual 1’?
The political climate is changing. After Friday, temperatures are rising higher and the leading denier, of course, is Donald Trump, who after last week’s bombshells could only turn to social media.
December 10, 2018
Celebrating #NastyWomen of Color
I walked a mile from campus to a church where my local polling place to vote was, like many United States citizens did throughout the nation on November 6, 2018. However, this midterm election seemed to have a different energy as “unexpected” candidates throughout the nation emerged in response to the political conditions they found themselves in after the election of Trump. Who were these “unexpected” candidates, women of color!
November 12, 2018
Study: A Quarter of College Students Stressed Over 2016 Presidential Election
A new study from San Francisco State University (SFSU) revealed that 25 percent of college students have experienced a significant amount of stress over the 2016 presidential election and related events. Researchers from SFSU distributed a questionnaire to 769 college students taking an introductory psychology course two to three months after the election, according to […]
October 25, 2018
Temple to Offer Scholarships to International Students Amid Enrollment Decreases
Temple University is leading 57 other universities in an effort to welcome and keep international students by offering a scholarship that reduces tuition by at least 50 percent, according to a story published on Philly.com. The money will be awarded to 114 initial scholars at Temple beginning in 2019. The two annual, renewable scholarships are […]
September 17, 2018
Emil Guillermo: ‘Almost Christmas’ Almost an Antidote for the Election of Trump
On the Friday after the most shocking election in recent history, I elected to shut off the news.
November 13, 2016
Experts: Trump Administration Equals Diminished Regulatory Role for ED
Washington — On the same day that President-elect Donald Trump visited his soon-to-be predecessor at the White House, speculation continued over how a Trump administration will tackle an array of higher education issues that range from student loan debt to campus sexual assaults. Experts assembled for a panel discussion at the American Enterprise Institute Thursday […]
November 11, 2016
Historical Appreciation: Reflecting on the 2016 Presidential Election
On election night, I received hundreds of messages from friends and colleagues from throughout the country.
November 11, 2016
Protests Bring Out Angry Millennials in Chicago
Thousands of unhappy citizens took to the streets of Chicago in protest last night.
November 10, 2016
Guillermo: Diversity Vote not Enough as Trump Triumphs
Republicans vowed 2016 would be different, at least when it comes to diversity.
November 9, 2016
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