A university leader suggested declining enrollment was because campus is "too diverse."

The DOJ has launched an investigation of Harvard University over its uses of race in making admission decisions.

Harvard appoints first African-American faculty dean. This comes on the heels of a medical school student petition calling demanding diversity.

Wellesley names its first African-American president. Dr. Paula A. Johnson plans to build on the college's commitment to diversity.

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(Special to NewsOne) — This week, the U.S. Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments in the case of Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action (PDF). The question in this case is whether a state may pass laws that single out race as a factor to be excluded from policy-making, including college admissions and public […]

London — The U.K.’s two elite universities admit a paltry number of black students to their undergraduate programs, the Guardian reports.