Dr. Juan Delgado
TABLE of CONTENTSLawsuits Against Fraternities Reveal Risks and Responsibilities
by Frank DiMaria
As a 17-year-old freshman at the University of Virginia in the early 1980s, Liz Seccuro, attended a party hosted by a fraternity on Greek Row. She had one drink, became dizzy and passed out. When she woke the next morning, she was wrapped in a bloody sheet. click here
Rebels with a Cause: An MFA Program for Future Innovators
by Sylvia Mendoza
Expertise in the sciences, technology and math (STEM) is touted as the answer to the economic future of America click here
Latino Graduate Rates Propelled by College Initiatives
by Jamaal Abdul-Alim
When it comes to developing programs and services for students, South Texas College President Shirley Reed says her administration employs a "laser focus on commitment to student success."
HISPA Helps Students Find Pathways to College
by Marilyn Gilroy
When Ivonne Díaz-Claisse was inducted into the New Jersey Women's Hall of Fame this year, she was praised for supporting Latino youth by providing them with mentors and role models in their pursuit of higher education.
New PEW Findings Support the Value of Higher Education
by Angela Provitera McGlynn
With the rising costs of college tuition and debt incurred by many students, does a college education still pay off economically? The answer is an unequivocal "Yes!"