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Black Alumni Weekend celebrates thirtieth anniversary

The thirtieth anniversary of Black Alumni Weekend was held this Friday and Saturday and featured events ranging from discussions about the changing role of the African-American community to a screening of a documentary on the history of slavery.

Law School hosts religious freedom lecture

The Law school hosted Anthony Picarello, general council for the U.S. Conference of Bishops, for a talk about how the Catholic Church defines religious freedom and to debunk some of the misperceptions surrounding religious freedom in American society. The event was sponsored by the St.

Sweet Briar College to close following 2015 academic year

Sweet Briar College announced Tuesday it will be closing permanently after the end of the 2015 academic year. The liberal arts women's college cited “insurmountable financial challenges” as the reason for its Aug. 25 closing.

Department of Education seeks to improve college rating system

U.S. Under-Secretary of Education Ted Mitchell discussed an initiative to improve the equity of higher education by creating a national college ratings system at the 2015 National Legislative Summit held by the Association of Community College Trustees Tuesday.