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In the midst of the 2020 election, you may have heard many of the democratic presidential candidates speak on funding Historically Black College and Universities (HBCUs). HBCUs were created in the 1800’s in order to provide an education to African Americans because private white institutions (PWIs) did not allow Black students to attend. Since their...
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January is National Mentoring Month. In honor of the occasion, our Director of Youth Initiatives, Wendolyn Stevens, reflects on her experience mentoring youth.  Growing up in a traditional strict household, mainly because of the church, I didn’t have many opportunities to have someone I could talk to and get an outlook or perspective about a...
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El 16 de diciembre de 2019, USA Today publicó un informe de investigación sobre la estrella de fútbol de Texas, Tristen Wallace. Se reveló que Wallace había sido acusado y encontrado responsable de dos agresiones sexuales mientras asistía a la Universidad de Oregón. Fue, posteriormente, expulsado de la universidad, transferido a un colegio comunitario de Texas, y luego transferido de nuevo a...
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I knew I was going to go to college before I was in high school. When I was a middle school student, I had the opportunity to visit multiple predominately white institutions (PWIs), and I knew then that, despite these universities seeming warm and inviting, I wouldn’t do well in that type of environment. So...
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"¿Cuáles son tus planes de futuro?" Esta es la pregunta que puedo decir que más escucho hoy en día, especialmente desde que este es mi último semestre de universidad. Como personalidad de tipo A a la que le encanta tener todo perfectamente planeado, esta pregunta me hace sentir un poco incómoda a veces. La gente dice que la universidad será una de...
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Do you smell that new $500 textbook smell? It’s the beginning of graduate school season. Perhaps you just quit your job after being there a little more than a year (because you’re a millennial and that’s how the job market works). Or maybe you’re transitioning to a part-time role because you’re a baddie who can...
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Though school is starting back this month, learning never stops. In fact, we pride ourselves on working to improve always. One of the organizational values of The Lighthouse is self-evaluation. Our Book of Culture and Being says, in part, “we are constantly evaluating and re-evaluating ourselves, our positions and contributions.” Not long ago, this showed...
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