Research shows student-athletes spend triple the amount of time on sports as on academics, raising questions about whether they actually benefit from a college education, a sociology professor argues.
In tandem with affirmative action, policies that guarantee college admission to students in the top 10 percent of their class could be a viable way to achieve diversity, a law professor argues.
An incident in which a Smith College employee called police on a black student who ‘seemed out of place’ is just the latest in a string of cases of racial ‘profiling by proxy,’ three scholars argue.
What are the race-related struggles that African-American students experience throughout their school years? Here’s the story of Tyrone.
Probably no other country has struggled as hard to come to terms with its past as Germany. Here’s what students contributed to that struggle.
These innocuous-on-the-surface comments and actions take a psychological toll on marginalized groups. Here’s why they’re a part of campus debates on race.
I taught at Mizzou from 1996 to 2008. Here’s why the events don’t surprise me.
As the debate spreads from Missouri to universities across the country, insights from The Conversation’s coverage of race on campus.
Clemson students have been organizing over the past two years on issues of racism and inclusion. What if the Clemson Tigers decided to do what the Missouri Tigers did?
Justin Simien’s first feature is a strong contribution to black cinema, for all audiences.
Could the Abigail Fisher case, which is back before the Supreme Court, further limit the use of race in higher education admissions policies for institutions across the nation?