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Elizabeth Warren Proposes Bill to Cancel Student Debt

Student debt is one of the massive issues being discussed among Democratic candidates in the 2020 election.  This is of particular interest to students of HBCUs since 86.8% of black students borrow federal student loans to attend 4-year public colleges, as opposed to 59.9% … Read More…

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Texas Southern University Will Host Third Democratic Debate

The candidates vying for the Democratic nod in 2020 each know that issues regarding race and diversity will be 2020 talking points. In keeping with the emphasis on diversity, Texas Southern University, an HBCU located in Houston, will be hosting the third Democratic debate on September … Read More…

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Grambling State U Alum Shares Job Search Advice with New College Graduates

Ever so often, I meet a Human Resource professional who is super generous with advice for new college graduates. Recently, I lucked out and connected with Denzel Alexander, Talent Acquisition Associate at Enquero, a technology solutions company in Lafayette, Louisiana.   Mr. Alexander … Read More…

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