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Articles from Diverse Issues in Higher Education (May 29, 2008)

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A waning priority: despite high expectations with Democratic Congress, public policy groups are losing hopes of repealing financial aid ban on students convicted of minor drug offenses. Dervarics, Charles 774
Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars 2008: Annual Awards. 10457
Asian Americans largely ignored by presidential candidates, political scientists say. Lum, Lydia 844
Charting a new course: the University of Maryland Eastern Shore becomes the first HBCU to receive a PGA Professional Golf Management Program. Matthews, Frank J.; Matthews, Joan Morgan 705
Correlating diversity success with academic success: Texas A&M, NCAA partnership recognizes universities that best champion diversity. Rogers, Ibram 1214
Diverse calendar. Calendar 315
Fostering an inclusive environment: leaders at Cal Poly Pomona aim to create an inclusive environment for undocumented students, first by creating an AB 540 liaison. Mendoza, Veronica P. 734
Highest level of accounting graduates in more than 30 years. Brief article 193
Impact players: golf grew in popularity in Seoul after it held the 1988 Olympics, and now U.S. college coaches are witnessing the emergence and competitiveness of Korean golfers. Lum, Lydia 1485
Public relations masks the real college-access crisis: the wealthiest universities enroll the smallest percentage of low-income students--this has to change. Sullivan, Daniel F. 699
Saluting an all-time great. Anyaso, Hilary Hurd Editorial 576
Understanding the "Bling-bling generation". Brief article 130
Youth on fire: distinctive books show how the struggle for rights and recognition rests on new generations. Dodson, Angela P. Book review 676

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